There are more than 40,000 researchers at work in Switzerland. They work in labs for days and nights, develop new processes, and interview people about their working and living conditions. They measure health data, climb mountains, trek through deep snow, draw water samples, and count animal populations. They drill cores in the ice and shoot particle beams at the tiniest specks for examination. After all of this, they analyze millions of pieces of data. They publish their results every year in tens of thousands of scientific publications. But the public learns relatively little about all this research. We are helping to change that.