SCNAT and its network are committed to a sustainable science and society. They support policy-making, administration and business with expert knowledge and actively participate in public discourse. They strengthen the exchange across scientific disciplines and promote early career academics.

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Corporate Design

Logos

For the correct use of a logo, please first consult the correspondent excerpt of the CD manual: Using SCNAT logos (in German).

If you use a logo, please send the product to from Communication before publication. She will also answer questions about the corporate design.

Logos of the SCNAT units

Logos for member organisations

Templates for letters and Powerpoint

CD manual

The CD manual of SCNAT and the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences is valid from 1 January 2020.

Videos

Videos produced by SCNAT or commissioned by SCNAT are based on the corporate design. A guideline describes what needs to be taken into account during production. Templates help with the design of the visual elements.

Contact

Olivia Zwygart
Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT)
House of Academies
PO Box
3001 Bern
Switzerland


Guidelines for gender-inclusive language

Using gender-appropriate formulations, men and women are addressed equally and explicitly. In this way, both become visible and conscious. For this reason, all texts published by SCNAT are gender-inclusive.