x
Loading
+ -

University of Basel

Media Database

653 Search results

The neuromuscular junction (NMJ): innervation of the acetycholine receptors (green) on the muscle fiber by the motor neuron (red). (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion One or the other: Why strength training might come at the expense of endurance muscles

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 25 Jul 2019

Big version 380 KB Print version 3 MB

Model of the protein synthesis in the cell: The ribosomes (white) translate the mRNA (blue) into proteins (pink). (Image: Biozentrum, University of Basel)

Occasion Speed controllers for protein production

Photographer Biozentrum, University of Basel

Date 12 Jul 2019

Big version 392 KB Print version 1 MB

The papyrus P.Bas. 2.43 has been in the possession of the University of Basel for over 100 years. The letter has been dated to the 230s AD and is thus older than all previously known Christian documentary evidence from Roman Egypt. (Photo/detail: University of Basel)

Occasion The world`s oldest autograph by a Christian is in Basel

Photographer University of Basel

Date 02 Jul 2019

Big version 512 KB Print version 1 MB

Content of Lewy bodies: The inclusions in the neurons contain mainly a membranous medley instead of the anticipated protein fibrils. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion New contents: Neuronal Parkinson inclusions are different than expected

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 26 Jun 2019

Big version 204 KB Print version 3 MB

Coaching session via phone: A trained student advises a test person who wants to increase their physical activity. (Photo: University of Basel, DSBG)

Occasion Coaching-by-phone as an impetus for more exercise

Photographer University of Basel, DSBG

Date 24 Jun 2019

Big version 100 KB Print version 1 MB

Our fine motor skills such as grasping are steered by the red nucleus, a region of the midbrain. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion Reaching and Grasping – Learning fine motor coordination changes the brain

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 12 Jun 2019

Big version 281 KB Print version 4 MB

An artistic depiction of a macrocycle binding to a target protein. (Image: University of Basel, Basilius Sauter | CC BY-SA 3.0)

Occasion Learning from Nature’s Bounty: New Libraries for Drug discovery

Photographer University of Basel, Basilius Sauter | CC BY-SA 3.0

Date 11 Jun 2019

Big version 269 KB Print version 2 MB

(Photo: University of Basel, Oliver Hochstrasser)

Occasion Ein neues Tropenhaus für den Botanischen Garten

Photographer University of Basel, Oliver Hochstrasser

Date 06 Jun 2019

Big version 107 KB Print version 7 MB

Die Sicht aus dem Botanischen Garten: Auf den heutigen Fundamente entsteht bis 2021 das neue Tropenhaus. (Bild: Universität Basel, Oliver Hochstrasser)

Occasion Ein neues Tropenhaus für den Botanischen Garten

Photographer University of Basel, Oliver Hochstrasser

Date 06 Jun 2019

Big version 88 KB Print version 9 MB

Pioneering project: Prof. Dr. Andrea Schenker-Wicki, President of the University of Basel, and Etienne Jornod, Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Vifor Pharma, agree to collaborate in the field of nanopharmacy. (Photo: University of Basel, Basile Bornand)

Occasion The University of Basel receives two endowed professorships in nanopharmacy

Photographer University of Basel, Basile Bornand

Date 26 May 2019

Big version 66 KB Print version 11 MB

An electron is trapped in a quantum dot, which is formed in a two-dimensional gas in a semiconductor wafer. However, the electron moves within the space and, with different probabilities corresponding to a wave function, remains in certain locations within its confinement (red ellipses). Using the gold gates applied electric fields, the geometry of this wave function can be changed. (Image: University of Basel, Departement of Physics)

Occasion The geometry of an electron determined for the first time

Photographer University of Basel, Departement of Physics

Date 22 May 2019

Big version 99 KB

Die Gewinnerinnen und Gewinner der Teaching Excellence Awards 2019: Prof. Rainer Greifeneder, Prof. Brigit Obrist, Camelia Chebbi, Kerem Bilgen, Helge Bezold und Prof. Erik Petry. (von links; Bild: Universität Basel, Oliver Hochstrasser)

Persons Prof. Rainer Greifeneder, Prof. Brigit Obrist, Camelia Chebbi, Kerem Bilgen, Helge Bezold, Prof. Erik Petry

Occasion Teaching Excellence Awards 2019

Date 21 May 2019

Big version 135 KB Print version 3 MB

Prof. Dr. Rava Azeredo Da Silveira

Persons Prof. Dr. Rava Azeredo Da Silveira

Occasion Weiterer Professor für neues Augeninstitut an der Universität Basel

Date 21 May 2019

Big version 196 KB Print version 2 MB

Two cell populations in the substantia nigra that are responsible for different aspects of locomotion. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion Relay station in the brain controls our movements

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 14 May 2019

Big version 155 KB Print version 1 MB
To top