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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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3D printer in the 3D print lab, Medical-Additive-Manufacturing research group of the University of Basel. How can you make 3D printing technology so small that it can be used directly inside the body? (Photo: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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A masterpiece of anatomical 3D printing. This technology has developed at breakneck speed in the last few years. Now it is time to make it suitable for surgery in operating rooms. (Photo: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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3D printer in the 3D print lab, Medical-Additive-Manufacturing research group of the University of Basel. How can you make 3D printing technology so small that it can be used directly inside the body? (Photo: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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Implants made of organic materials – such as these structures which stimulate and control bone growth – are already being printed by oral and maxillofacial surgeon Florian Thieringer at the 3D print lab, Medical-Additive-Manufacturing research group of the University of Basel (Photo: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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3D prints such as this one are often used at the University Hospital Basel to plan and simulate procedures. (Photo: University of Basel, C. Flierl)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Christian Flierl

Date 27 Jul 2020

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Use of a high-tech implant by Florian Thieringer at the University Hospital Basel. Miracle II aims to fundamentally change this procedure. (Photo: University of Basel, F. Thieringer)

Persons Florian Thieringer

Occasion Miracle II

Date 27 Jul 2020

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Implants made of organic materials – such as these structures which stimulate and control bone growth – are already being printed by oral and maxillofacial surgeon Florian Thieringer at the 3D print lab, Medical-Additive-Manufacturing research group of the University of Basel (Photo: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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One of the results of the first funding phase: a high-precision robot endoscope tip with integrated laser bone saw. (Photo: Werner Siemens Foundation,, F. Brüderli)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer F. Brüderli

Date 27 Jul 2020

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Another result of the first funding phase: precise planning of surgical procedures in virtual reality together with specialists in other countries or continents. (Photo: Werner Siemens-Stiftung, F. Brüderli)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer F. Brüderli

Date 27 Jul 2020

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Use of a high-tech implant by Florian Thieringer at the University Hospital Basel. Miracle II aims to fundamentally change this procedure. (Photo: University of Basel, F. Thieringer)

Persons Florian Thieringer

Occasion Miracle II

Date 27 Jul 2020

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3D print of a knee joint. Researchers of the first project phase use this to calibrate their minimally invasive robots. (Photos: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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3D print of a knee joint. Researchers of the first project phase use this to calibrate their minimally invasive robots. (Photos: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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