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Neolamprologus caudopunctatus, a cichlid from Lake Tanganyika. (Photo: Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology)

Occasion Cichlid fishes from African Lake Tanganyika shed light on how organismal diversity arises

Photographer Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology

Date 18 Nov 2020

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Aulonocranus dewindtii, a cichlid from Lake Tanganyika. (Photo: Adrian Indermaur/Zoological Institute, University of Basel)

Occasion Cichlid fishes from African Lake Tanganyika shed light on how organismal diversity arises

Photographer Adrian Indermaur/Zoological Institute, University of Basel

Date 18 Nov 2020

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Neolamprologus brevis, a cichlid from Lake Tanganyika, lives in empty shells of snails. (Photo: Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology)

Occasion Cichlid fishes from African Lake Tanganyika shed light on how organismal diversity arises

Photographer Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology

Date 18 Nov 2020

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Ophthalmotilapia ventralis, a cichlid from Lake Tanganyika. (Photo: Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology)

Occasion Cichlid fishes from African Lake Tanganyika shed light on how organismal diversity arises

Photographer Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology

Date 18 Nov 2020

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The new SARS-CoV-2 variant 20A.EU1 has spread widely across Europe. Visualization of sequence numbers (diameter of circles), color-coded by country. Bottom right: The “family tree” of sequences of the new variant (color-coded by country) indicates that 20A.EU1 traveled between countries multiple times. (Visualization: Nextstrain, Mapbox, OpenStreetMap)

Occasion Spread of a novel SARS-CoV-2 variant across Europe in summer 2020

Date 29 Oct 2020

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Prof. Dr. Alfred Früh. (Photo: John Flury)

Persons Prof. Dr. Alfred Früh

Occasion Life-Sciences-Recht und Finanztechnologie: Neue Assistenzprofessoren an der Universität Basel

Photographer John Flury

Date 20 Oct 2020

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Prof. Dr. Fabian Schär

Persons Prof. Dr. Fabian Schär

Occasion Life-Sciences-Recht und Finanztechnologie: Neue Assistenzprofessoren an der Universität Basel

Date 20 Oct 2020

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v.l.n.r.: Prof. Dr. Andrea Schenker-Wicki, Hans Heiner und Claudine Zaeslin, Ueli Vischer (Foto: Universität Basel, Dominik Plüss)

Persons Andrea Schenker-Wicki, Hans Heiner and Claudine Zaeslin, Ueli Vischer

Occasion Eröffnung Zaeslin Guest House

Photographer Dominik Plüss

Date 30 Sep 2020

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Ein neues Gästehaus der Universität Basel bietet Forschenden künftig eine temporäre Bleibe. (Foto: Universität Basel, Dominik Plüss)

Buildings Zaeslin Guest House

Occasion Opening Zaeslin Guest House

Photographer Dominik Plüss

Date 30 Sep 2020

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Das vierstöckige Haus beherbergt elf Wohnungen. (Foto: Universität Basel, Dominik Plüss)

Buildings Zaeslin Guest House

Occasion Opening Zaeslin Guest House

Photographer Dominik Plüss

Date 30 Sep 2020

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Das Stifter-Ehepaar Zaeslin (vorne) und Rektorin Andrea Schenker-Wicki (Hintergrund) an der feierlichen Eröffnung im kleinen Rahmen. (Foto: Universität Basel, Dominik Plüss)

Persons Hans Heiner and Claudine Zaeslin (front), Prof. Dr. Andrea Schenker-Wicki (background)

Occasion Eröffnung Zaeslin Guest House

Photographer Dominik Plüss

Date 30 Sep 2020

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Das Stifter-Ehepaar Hans Heiner und Claudine Zaeslin. (Foto: Universität Basel, Dominik Plüss)

Persons Hans Heiner and Claudine Zaeslin

Occasion Eröffnung Zaeslin Guest House

Photographer Dominik Plüss

Date 30 Sep 2020

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Muscle size decreases at high age and is preserved by rapamycin treatment (from left to right: mouse muscle cross sections from adult, old and rapamycin treated old mice). (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion Muscle aging: Stronger for longer

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 09 Sep 2020

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Depiction of a gut bacteria attached to cellulose fibers through adhesion proteins on the bacterial surface. Cohesin (yellow) and Dockerin (green) assemble into a protein complex in two possible configurations, referred to as dual binding modes. The complex is activated by mechanical tension, which strengthens it and facilitates bacterial adhesion to fibers under shear flow. (Illustration: University of Basel, Department of Chemistry)

Occasion How bacteria adhere to fiber in the gut

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Chemistry

Date 28 Aug 2020

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