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      Switzerland

      CABI’s Swiss centre carries out applied scientific research and undertakes consultancy projects. Located in the scenic hills above Delémont in the Canton of Jura, it is the home base for experts and students from several different countries where they research and apply their knowledge.

      About

      Established in 1948, CABI’s Swiss centre carries out applied scientific research and undertakes consultancy projects to support CABI’s work on invasive species, knowledge for development and trade in many different regions around the world. Located in the scenic hills above Delémont in the Canton of Jura, it is the home base for experts and students from several different countries where they research and apply their knowledge.

      CABI’s centre in Switzerland has developed numerous relationships with research and development partners around the world, including national ministries, science institutions, universities, development cooperation agencies, and the plant protection industry.

      Valuable links within Switzerland, including close ties with the Canton of Jura, have all been further strengthened by the country officially joining CABI as a member country which took place in 2000.

      Our?work in education?includes a Masters of Advanced Studies course in Integrated Crop Management run with the University of Neuchatel. We also offer student internships and graduate student training in collaboration with universities and other research organisations.

      The scope of CABI’s work at the Swiss Centre is largely divided into the following areas:

      Biological control of?invasive weeds?and?invasive insects

      CABI’s Swiss centre is a leading authority on the management of invasive weeds and arthropods using biological control.

      Risk analysis and invasion ecology

      As part of its work on invasive species, the centre assesses the risks and impacts of non-native species and develops methods and strategies to mitigate their risks.

      Ecosystems management

      This programme focuses on researching and recommending management strategies and policies to conserve and restore vital ecological services.

      Integrated crop management

      CABI’s Integrated Crop Management (ICM) team implements sustainable agriculture and rural development projects around the world.

      Masters of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Integrated Crop Management ICM

      The MAS in ICM, jointly coordinated by CABI and the University of Neuchatel, aims to help address today’s critical agricultural and environmental challenges by offering a unique higher education programme.

      Plantwise

      Staff at our Swiss centre play a key role in coordinating the CABI-led Plantwise programme while also providing technical support and helping with implementation in target countries.

      Contact us

      Hariet L Hinz

      Country Director and Head Weed Biological Control

      Rue des Grillons 1 CH-2800 Delémont, Switzerland

      T: +41 (0)32 421 48 72

      E: h.hinz@cabi.org

      CABI - Switzerland

      Rue des Grillons 1, 2800 Delémont, Switzerland

      T: +41 (0) 32 421 4870

      Centre staff

      Ghislaine Cortat

      Research scientist in Weed Biological Control

      Dirk Babendreier

      Integrated Crop Management Advisor

      Ivo To?evski

      Research Scientist, Weed Biological Control

      Hariet L Hinz

      Country Director and Head Weed Biological Control

      Melanie Bateman

      Integrated Crop Management Advisor

      Tim Haye

      Head Arthropod Biological Control

      Cornelia Closca

      Technical Research Assistant

      Keith Holmes

      Integrated Crop Management Advisor

      Urs Schaffner

      Head Ecosystems Management

      Sonja Stutz

      Research Scientist, Weed Biological Control

      Rene Eschen

      Research Scientist, Ecosystems Management, and Risk Analysis and Invasion Ecology

      Olivia Baume

      Project Finance Officer

      Documents

      CABI Internships 2020

      CABI internships available at the CABI Swiss centre in Delemont for BSc and MSc students.

      Download PDF Type: Poster
      CABI Weeds progress report 2019

      CABI Weeds progress report 2019

      Download PDF Type: Report

      Related projects

      CABI Project
      Managing the invasive threat to Europe’s forests

      Over the last few decades, European trees and forests have experienced dramatic losses caused by introduced non-native invasive pests and pathogens. As part of an international project, CABI is developing cost-effective and environmentally friendly tools for the prevention, detection and control of the invasive threats to Europe?s forests.

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