The Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research is the centre of excellence for climate research of the University of Bern. It focuses on interdisciplinary research in the fields of natural, human and social sciences as well as economics and law. read more
The Oeschger Centre does not only conduct research of high international standard, but also runs the Graduate School of Climate Sciences offering a specialised, internationally oriented Master's and Ph.D. programme in climate sciences. read more
19 January 2015: Stefan Brönnimann, a professor of climatology and a member of the Oeschger Centre, advocates in Nature Geoscience that paleoclimatologists and their colleagues in dynamical climatology should work together more closely. read more
18. December 2014: For the first time, Swiss storm hazard maps show different periods of recurrence. The Mobiliar Lab was part of a research team that calculated and mapped wind gusts for the whole of Switzerland.
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Pinhole technology to search for the oldest ice
Few people in the world have had as much experience with drilling ice cores as Bernese physicist Jakob Schwander. He is now working at the Oeschger Centre on the development of ultra-light drilling equipment to be used to search for ice 1.5 million years old.
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