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Trees try to protect themselves from extreme drought with various measures such as, for instance, premature leaf shedding. (Photo: Dr. Urs Weber, University of Basel, Department of Environmental Sciences)

Occasion How the forest copes with the summer heat

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Environmental Sciences, Dr. Urs Weber

Date 29 Aug 2018

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Basel physicists examined the orientations of individual electron and nuclear spins. The basis for this was a chip with an edge length of 2 mm, which was cooled to the extremely low temperature 60 millikelvin. (Image: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion New mechanism of electron spin relaxation observed

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 27 Aug 2018

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Cross section of an alpha-synuclein fibril. Left: 3D reconstruction of the fibril, showing two interacting protein molecules. Right: atomic model of the fibril structure.

Occasion How does Parkinson's disease develop? Study raises doubts on a previous theory of Parkinson’s disease

Date 06 Jul 2018

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Prof. Dr. Karin Hartmann

Persons Prof. Dr. Karin Hartmann

Occasion Allergologie und Neurobiologie: Neue Professorin und neuer Professor an der Universität Basel

Date 29 Jun 2018

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Prof. Dr. Flavio Donato

Persons Prof. Dr. Flavio Donato

Occasion Allergologie und Neurobiologie: Neue Professorin und neuer Professor an der Universität Basel

Date 29 Jun 2018

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All against one: How outsiders see social exclusion depends on how similar the members of a group are to each other. (Image: University of Basel, Christiane Büttner)

Occasion Is it their own fault?! How people judge the exclusion of others

Photographer University of Basel, Christiane Büttner

Date 20 Jun 2018

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Nanobodies track receptors from the cell surface to the center of the cell (the Golgi apparatus). Right: electron microscope image. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion How to track and trace a protein: Nanosensors monitor intracellular deliveries

Photographer Universität Basel, Biozentrum

Date 18 Jun 2018

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ACC filaments regulate enzyme activity and thus control fatty acid production. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Occasion Enigma of fatty acid metabolism solved: Enzyme shape controls its activity

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 13 Jun 2018

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Pre-sorted ortho-water and para-water molecules with differently oriented nuclear spins (blue or red arrows) react with diazenylium ions (center left) at different speeds. (Illustration: University of Basel, Department of Chemistry)

Occasion Water is not the same as water

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Chemistry

Date 29 May 2018

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Prof. Torsten Schwede, the new Vice President for Research, is accompanied by the President Prof. Andrea Schenker-Wicki and the Senate Chairperson Prof. Thomas Sutter-Somm. (Picture: University of Basel)

Occasion Torsten Schwede appointed new Vice President for Research at the University of Basel

Photographer University of Basel

Date 24 May 2018

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Prof. Dr. Marek Basler. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Persons Prof. Dr. Marek Basler

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 17 May 2018

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Clusters of MAIT cells in human blood and colon biopsies, resulting from high-dimensional bioinformatics analysis. Subpopulations of these defense cells group into colored "continents" according to the markers expressed by the cells. (Image: Department of Biomedicine, Tobias Rutishauser)

Occasion Human MAIT cells sense the metabolic state of enteric bacteria

Photographer Department of Biomedicine, Tobias Rutishauser

Date 09 May 2018

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The “German Glossary” by Johann Jakob Spreng consists of nearly 100,000 handwritten notes and is stored at the University Library. Basel researchers will now make the largest German dictionary of the 18th century accessible for the first time. (Photo: University of Basel, Florian Moritz)

Occasion Left unprinted for lack of interest: the largest German dictionary of the 18th century in Basel

Photographer University of Basel, Florian Moritz

Date 09 May 2018

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