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Walking is a whole-body movement. Arm and leg movements are coupled by long nerve networks in the spinal cord. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion Walking is bound hand and foot: How long projecting neurons couple the movement of our limbs

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 11 Nov 2016

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A nanowire sensor measures size and direction of forces. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion Nanowires as Sensors in New Type of Atomic Force Microscope

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 17 Oct 2016

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The matrix depicts the formation energy – an indicator of stability – of around two million possible compounds. Each pixel corresponds to one of the two million quaternary crystals. Depending on the combination of elements, they display either a high (red) or low (blue) energy value. One element is specified vertically and one horizontally; each box contains a suitable resolution for the two remaining elements. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Chemistry)

Occasion Artificial Intelligence Helps in the Discovery of New Materials

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Chemistry

Date 21 Sep 2016

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The Bobbit grasps and tears its prey into its burrow and sand slips into the pit. Other S. affinis individuals approach and mob the Bobbit by blowing water jets into the pit. (Illustration: University of Basel, Department of Biomedicine)

Occasion Fish Against Monster Worms

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Biomedicine

Date 20 Sep 2016

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An S. affinis individual directs a water jet towards the Bobbit. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Biomedicine)

Occasion Fish Against Monster Worms

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Biomedicine

Date 20 Sep 2016

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The ambushing Bobbit is covered with sand and lures its prey with the protruding antennae; the jaws are under tension like an armed spring trap. (Illustration: University of Basel, Department of Biomedicine)

Occasion Fish Against Monster Worms

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Biomedicine

Date 20 Sep 2016

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The cantilever on the left bears the recognition sequence for the target mutation. If this is present in the sample being tested, the corresponding segment of RNA binds to the cantilever, causing the latter to bend. This can be measured, providing clear evidence that the genetic change is present. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion Nanotechnology Supports Treatment of Malignant Melanoma

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 05 Sep 2016

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Surface representation of a Purkinje cell with the main part of its dendritic tree, from a microscopic part of the three-dimensional data. The volume corresponds to about 300 x 250 x 50 micrometre and consists of 56 million voxels. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Biomedical Engineering)

Occasion X-ray View Into Cerebellum

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Date 01 Sep 2016

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Representation of the new-to-nature olefin metathesis reaction in E. coli using a ruthenium-based artificial metalloenzyme to produce novel high added-value chemicals. (Image: NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering)

Occasion Bringing artificial enzymes closer to nature

Photographer NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering

Date 29 Aug 2016

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People who look cold and incompetent receive less support in situations of social exclusion than those who look warm and incompetent. (Images: mirellawalker.com)

Occasion Fair or Unfair? Facial Cues Influence how Social Exclusion Is Judged

Photographer mirellawalker.com

Date 28 Aug 2016

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People who look cold and incompetent receive less support in situations of social exclusion than those who look warm and incompetent. (Images: mirellawalker.com)

Occasion Fair or Unfair? Facial Cues Influence how Social Exclusion Is Judged

Photographer mirellawalker.com

Date 28 Aug 2016

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The intermediate product of the Ullmann reaction with the silver catalyst (silver) between the carbon rings (black) and sulfur atoms (yellow) curves like a bridge over the silver surface. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion Researchers Watch Catalysts at Work

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 17 Aug 2016

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Art view of a semiconductor InAs/GaAs quantum dot (In, Ga and As respectively in yellow, blue and purple). Two remote nuclear spins (yellow arrows) are coupled via the spin of an electron delocalized over the quantum dot (red). (Image: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion Physicists Couple Distant Nuclear Spins Using a Single Electron

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 11 Jul 2016

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