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  1. At the Frontier of Human Knowledge

    At the Frontier of Human Knowledge: The 2017 EMPIRIS Award Goes to the Young Researcher Tobias Wauer

    The young academic Tobias Wauer conducts research at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge. He has received the 2017 Award for Research in Brain Diseases of the Credit Suisse umbrella foundation EMPIRIS for his work on the molecular causes of Parkinson's disease. In our interview he explains his fascination for research.

  2. Health tech is advancing fast: Meet Dr Robot

    Health tech is advancing fast: Meet Dr Robot

    Travelling with a robotic driverless car is said by some to be safer than sitting in one driven by a human as robots are less likely to make mistakes. But, does the same apply to medicine? Can we expect to be treated by robots any time soon? Automation and artificial intelligence is already doing a lot to help doctors treat patients.

  3. Get to Know Your Brain: EMPIRIS Award 2016 Goes to Neuroscientist Lisa Traunmüller

    Get to Know Your Brain: EMPIRIS Award 2016 Goes to Neuroscientist Lisa Traunmüller

    Researcher Lisa Traunmüller examines processes in the brain that influence the neuronal flow of information. In a conversation with Credit Suisse, the young academic describes her work and its importance.

  4. Making Human Rights Central to Climate Change Strategies

    Making Human Rights Central to Climate Change Strategies

    Human Rights Watch (HRW) advocates for the importance of making human rights an essential part of the global response to climate change. As part of Credit Suisse's efforts to engage in a dialogue with a wide range of stakeholders to gain insight that can help us develop sustainable business practices, we led a conversation with Arvind Ganesan, director of Human Rights Watch's Business and Human Rights Division, about the activities, successes and challenges of this work.

  5. The Real Skinny on Fat

    Eating fat can make you fat, right?

  6. Fat: The New Health Paradigm

    Fat: The New Health Paradigm

    Consumers are making new choices, switching away from carbs to food containing fat such as red meat, butter and eggs. This trend offers powerful investment ideas, according to a study by the Credit Suisse Research Institute.