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A low-temperature atomic force microscope with a single carbon atom at the tip allows quantitative measurement of forces between sample and tip. With two-dimensional silicon (silicene), surface buckling can be quantitatively determined. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion 2D materials: arrangement of atoms measured in silicene

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 23 Dec 2019

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Prof. Dr. Nicolas Brancucci

Persons Prof. Dr. Nicolas Brancucci

Occasion Kirchengeschichte und Infektionen: Zwei neue Professoren an der Universität Basel

Date 20 Dec 2019

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Prof. Dr. Martin Kessler

Persons Prof. Dr. Martin Kessler

Occasion Kirchengeschichte und Infektionen: Zwei neue Professoren an der Universität Basel

Date 20 Dec 2019

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Management of the NCCR Antiresist: Prof. Urs Jenal, Prof. Christoph Dehio, Prof. Dirk Bumann. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Persons Prof. Urs Jenal, Prof. Christoph Dehio, Prof. Dirk Bumann

Occasion Two new National Centres of Competence in Research for the University of Basel

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 16 Dec 2019

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Prof. Dr. Christoph Dehio, director of the NCCR AntiResist. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Persons Prof. Dr. Christoph Dehio

Occasion Two new National Centres of Competence in Research for the University of Basel

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 16 Dec 2019

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Prof. Dr. Richard J. Warburton, director of the NCCR SPIN. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Persons Prof. Dr. Richard J. Warburton

Occasion Two new National Centres of Competence in Research for the University of Basel

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 16 Dec 2019

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NCCR AntiResist: At the University of Basel’s Biozentrum, biomarkers are identified that map the patient-specific behavior of individual germs in the laboratory. With the help of these biomarkers, human tissue culture models are developed that realistically reproduce the infection process in the patient's laboratory. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Two new National Centres of Competence in Research for the University of Basel

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 16 Dec 2019

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Management of the NCCR Spin: Prof. Daniel Loss, Prof. Richard J. Warburton, Prof. Jelena Klinovaja. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Persons Prof. Daniel Loss, Prof. Richard J. Warburton, Prof. Jelena Klinovaja

Occasion Two new National Centres of Competence in Research for the University of Basel

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 16 Dec 2019

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NCCR SPIN: In very close analogy to the functionality of a classical silicon transistor, spin qubits are also controlled or read out from the outside by applying both low and high frequency electrical signals. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Two new National Centres of Competence in Research for the University of Basel

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 16 Dec 2019

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The new Biozentrum building offers state-of-the-art infrastructure for leading-edge research. (Photo: University of Basel, Mark Niedermann)

Buildings The new Biozentrum building

Photographer University of Basel, Mark Niedermann

Date 10 Dec 2019

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Chaperones protect the protein α-Synuclein, which is strongly associated with Parkinson’s disease. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion Molecular bodyguards against Parkinson’s disease

Photographer Universität Basel, Biozentrum

Date 04 Dec 2019

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Dr. Roland Bühlmann, President of AlumniBasel, presented the Alumni Award 2019 to the Swiss author Alex Capus. (Image: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Dies academicus 2019

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 29 Nov 2019

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Professor Ruedi Lüthy, who has been a pioneer in the fight against HIV/AIDS, was awarded his doctor honoris causa by the Faculty of Medicine. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl).

Occasion Dies academicus 2019

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 29 Nov 2019

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Entrepreneur Klaus Endress earned an honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Business and Economics. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Dies academicus 2019

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 29 Nov 2019

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President Prof. Dr. Andrea Schenker-Wicki in the midst of the faculty prize winners. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Dies academicus 2019

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 29 Nov 2019

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Cell Biologist and Nobel Laureate Prof. Randy W. Schekman picked up an honorary doctor from the Faculty of Sciences. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Dies academicus 2019

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 29 Nov 2019

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