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Science helped us climb out of the pandemic. Now it can energize society

While science contributes intellectual capital to the global economy, it is also uniquely poised to play a greater role in science diplomacy. Image: ETH Zurich/Andreas Eggenberger

Joël Mesot

President, ETH Zürich

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