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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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Pastor Martin Stingelin was awarded an honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Theology. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Dies academicus 2019

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 29 Nov 2019

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Jerome R. Busemeyer, PhD, was given an honorary doctor by the Faculty of Psychology. (Photo: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Dies academicus 2019

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 29 Nov 2019

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Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Andrea Schenker-Wicki, President of the University of Basel, during her speech at the Dies academicus 2019. (Image: University of Basel, Christian Flierl)

Occasion Dies academicus 2019

Photographer University of Basel, Christian Flierl

Date 29 Nov 2019

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Electron microscope image of a macrophage (blue) infected with Salmonella (red). (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion Magnesium deprivation stops pathogen growth

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 21 Nov 2019

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A microscopic cavity of two highly reflective mirrors is used to allow an enclosed artificial atom (known as a quantum dot) to interact with a single photon. A photon is emitted and reabsorbed up to 10 times by the quantum dot before it is lost. The quantum dot is electrically controlled within a semiconductor chip. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion A cavity leads to a strong interaction between light and matter

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 21 Oct 2019

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Prof. Dr. Carsten Gründemann

Occasion Universität Basel richtet Stiftungsprofessur für translationale Komplementärmedizin ein

Photographer University of Basel

Date 10 Oct 2019

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Structure of Rostratin A (foreground) and the fungus “exserohilum rostratum” from which it was isolated (background). (Image: University of Basel, Olivier Baudoin mit Erlaubnis von G. Roberts)

Occasion A new strategy for the synthesis of complex natural products

Photographer University of Basel, Olivier Baudoin with permission of G. Roberts

Date 08 Oct 2019

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The gold tip is moved across the surface of the topological insulator and experiences energy loss only at discrete, quantized energies (indicated by the curves). This is related to the image potential states (IPS) that are formed over the conducting surface of the topological insulator and are schematically depicted in the background. (Image: University of Basel, Departement of Physics)

Date 23 Sep 2019

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Prof. Dr. Marion Schulze.

Persons Prof. Dr. Marion Schulze.

Occasion Universität Basel: Jobsharing für Kulturanthropologie und Geschlechterforschung

Photographer Derek Li Wan Po

Date 20 Sep 2019

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Prof. Dr. Alain Müller

Persons Prof. Dr. Alain Müller

Occasion Universität Basel: Jobsharing für Kulturanthropologie und Geschlechterforschung

Photographer Derek Li Wan Po

Date 20 Sep 2019

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The oxidation process of silicon carbide forms defects: At the interface between silicon carbide (periodic black-yellow atoms) and the insulating silicon dioxide (red-yellow atoms), irregular clusters of carbon rings (irregular black structures embedded in red and yellow atoms) occur. These are bound within the crystal lattice and disturb the current flow. (Image: University of Basel)

Occasion Silicon as a semiconductor: silicon carbide would be much more efficient

Photographer University of Basel

Date 05 Sep 2019

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The image depicts Id4 (blue) and GFAP (black) expression in genetically labeled stem cells and their progeny (magenta) in the hippocampus of the mouse brain. The image presents an artistic coloration of the spatial and molecular factors in a niche. (Image: University of Basel)

Occasion Signal blocks the activity of stem cells in the brain

Photographer University of Basel

Date 28 Aug 2019

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Prof. Dr. Ivan Dokmanić

Persons Prof. Dr. Ivan Dokmanić

Occasion Zahnmedizin, Informatik, Politologie: Neue Professoren und Professorin an der Universität Basel

Date 23 Aug 2019

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