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New SNSF Open Access Website

The Swiss National Science Foundation has launched a website with comprehensive information on its Open Access strategy. Read more

New open access initiative of European research funders

A new initiative by eleven national research funding institutions, the European Commission and the European Research Council aims to achieve 100 percent open access by 2020. Read more

New Research Collection feature: Report a duplicate

When you have noticed a duplicate item in the Research Collection, you can now report it even more easily: Simply open the menu item “Suggest edit / report duplicate” behind the blue pencil icon on the publications’ landing page, mark the item as duplicate by activating the according checkbox and submit the form. The Research Collection team will merge the duplicates within the next two working days.

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  1. Gelehrte Lebenswelten im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert 

    Gubler, Kaspar; Böhnert, Silvia; Bütschli, Ursula; et al. (2018)
    Repertorium Academicum Germanicum (RAG) Forschungen 2
    Edited Volume
  2. About Shoes, Cucumbers, Beer and Cars: A Bottom-Up Household Consumption LCA-Model 

    Froemelt, Andreas; Walker, Christie; Durrenmatt, David J.; et al. (2017)
    Household consumption is – besides governmental consumption – the main driver of economy. Households are thus ultimately responsible for the environmental impacts which occur over the whole life cycle of products and services they consume. Given that purchase decisions are usually taken on household level and are highly behavior-driven, the derivation of targeted environmental measures requires an understanding of household behavior ...
    Conference Proceedings
  3. A Model Faces Reality: Energy Demand of Swiss Residential Buildings 

    Froemelt, Andreas; Hellweg, Stefanie (2015)
    The housing sector constitutes a major energy consumer particularly on account of its needs for space heating and cooling. With a high leverage potential, this sector is a suitable starting point for greenhouse gas mitigation policies. By providing predictions of the energy demand of building stocks, bottom-up building energy models can represent a first step towards deriving strategies for the abatement of detrimental effects related to ...
    Conference Proceedings

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