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Bernhard Kohli
Works at Takeda Pharmaceutical Company
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As much as I like Google: aren't they shamelessly copying Microsoft here? Or is this just "convergent evolution" (20 years or so later than Microsoft)? Sumif? Nested functions? Colored tabs? Wow...
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I guess they do. But then they all just are copying good old book keeping practices. Heard an interesting podcast the other day on how the first spread sheet program (or are they called apps these days ;) was developed. Madness if you think people used to do it by hand.

Anyway,excel is the reason to use Microsoft office. It still is so far ahead of the other solutions out there. If only formulas were easily transferable from one language version to the other ;) 

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Very thought-provoking...

The Economist | Economic convergence: The headwinds return http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21616891-ten-years-ago-developing-economies-were-catching-up-developed-ones-remarkably-quickly-it?frsc=dg%7Cd via @theeconomist
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Der Europäische Gerichtshof stärkt die Rechte von EU-Bürgern gegenüber Internetkonzernen. Suchmaschinenbetreiber wie Google können verpflichtet werden, gewisse Links aus ihren Suchergebnissen zu entfernen.
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The first human-to-human, brain-to-brain noninvasive interface has been created by researchers at the University of Washington. The system allows one researcher to remotely control the hand of another researcher, across the internet, merely by thinking about moving his hand. The researchers are already looking at a two-way system, to allow for a more
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Worth reading. Although they don't mention citations; if something is being cited hundreds of times, it rarely (Jan-Hendrik Schön...) will be totally invalid... Anyway, the nice thing about science is that it produces tools and applications that WORK (in the long run) - if they don't, the underlying science will quickly be discredited. Science itself being evolutionary, there is bound to be the occasional error with the trial.... I guess that's why the article came out in the Economist, not Nature... Cheers, BK
A SIMPLE idea underpins science: “trust, but verify”. Results should always be subject to challenge from experiment. That simple but powerful idea has generated...
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A new study suggests alcohol is more harmful than heroin or crackMOST people would agree that some drugs are worse than others: heroin is probably considered to be...
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This is well worth the look, given the whole Snowden Episode! In case you don't have a gmail account to test with, there's also a demo.
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The Economist | Astrobiology: Bolts from the blue http://www.economist.com/news/science-and-technology/21625662-history-life-universe-may-have-been-governed-frequency?frsc=dg%7Cd via @theeconomist
WHERE are they? Aliens, that is. Why is there no sign of intelligent life in the universe anywhere other than on Earth? That question has puzzled inquiring minds for...
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+Kenneth Baumann Thank you for the tip! That sounds like a good read for the upcoming holidays!
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Touching story of scientists and parents working together to advance clinical research into a rare disease. Also, an example of how approval bodies need to more strongly differentiate approval criteria and standards according to the type of disease.
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Ouch, that sounds far too familiar... but I guess he is also too right! (new apps, new programs, some tinkering here, some tinkering there, oops, 3am...)
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  • INSEAD
  • University of Zürich
  • University of Basel
  • Gymnasium Liestal
  • DSTY
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Project Manager, Global Operations
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  • Takeda Pharmaceutical Company
    Project Manager, Global Operations, 2013 - present
  • Nycomed International
    Strategic Development Director, 2010 - 2013
  • Bain
    Consultant, 2006 - 2008
  • University of Zürich
    Ph.D. Student, 2002 - 2006
  • Novartis AG
    Diploma Student, 2001 - 2002
  • Solvias AG
    Part Time Technician
  • Ars Musica
  • Environmental Protection Agency
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