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Visualization of the new building for the Department of Biomedicine, view from Metzerstrasse. (Rendering: Burckhardt+Partner)

Occasion Baugesuch für Neubau Biomedizin eingereicht

Photographer Burckhardt+Partner

Date 04 Aug 2021

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Juvenile Eastern garter snake, Thamnophis sirtalis, trapped in a brown widow web (Latrodectus geometricus) observed in Douglas, Georgia, USA. (Photo: Julia Safer)

Occasion Unusual prey: spiders eating snakes

Photographer Julia Safer

Date 28 Jun 2021

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Juvenile scarlet snake entrapped on web of Latrodectus geometricus, observed in a private residence in Georgia, USA. (Photo: Daniel R. Crook).

Occasion Unusual prey: spiders eating snakes

Photographer Daniel R. Crook

Date 28 Jun 2021

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Brown widow spider feeding on a Brahminy blindsnake in a garden house in Zaachila, Oaxaca, Mexico. (Photo: Matias Martinez)

Occasion Unusual prey: spiders eating snakes

Photographer Matias Martinez

Date 28 Jun 2021

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This is what is left when the ants descend on the dead snake. Observed in Douglas, Georgia, USA. (Photo: Julia Safer)

Occasion Unusual prey: spiders eating snakes

Photographer Julia Safer

Date 28 Jun 2021

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Scarlet snake entrapped and killed in a black widow web in the corner of the front porch of a house in Gulf Breeze, Florida, USA. (Photo: Trisha Haas)

Occasion Unusual prey: spiders eating snakes

Photographer Trisha Haas

Date 28 Jun 2021

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Adult female black widow feeding on a subadult coral snake in Superior, Arizona, USA. (Photo: Lawrence L. C. Jones)

Occasion Unusual prey: spiders eating snakes

Photographer Lawrence L.C. Jones

Date 28 Jun 2021

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Alexander Grob, professor of developmental and personality psychology. (Photo: Sandra Stampfli)

Persons Prof. Dr. Alexander Grob

Photographer Sandra Stampfli

Date 16 Jun 2021

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Flower and capsule of opium poppy. (Photo: Raül Soteras, AgriChange Project)

Occasion Swiss farmers contributed to the domestication of the opium poppy

Photographer Raül Soteras, AgriChange Project

Date 18 May 2021

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Flower and capsule of opium poppy. (Photo: Raül Soteras, AgriChange Project)

Occasion Swiss farmers contributed to the domestication of the opium poppy

Photographer Raül Soteras, AgriChange Project

Date 18 May 2021

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Poppy seeds recovered at the archaeological site of Zurich Parkhaus Opéra. (Photo: Raül Soteras, AgriChange Project)

Occasion Swiss farmers contributed to the domestication of the opium poppy

Photographer Raül Soteras, AgriChange Project

Date 18 May 2021

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Electrically switchable qubit: a nanowire made of germanium and silicon (blue/green) lies on electrodes known as gates (gold). Voltages applied to the gates lead to the formation of individual spin qubits (blue and red arrows) that can be manipulated by microwave signals (blue pulse). In one mode, the qubit is slow and the quantum information is more stable (blue spin). In the other, the qubit can be changed more quickly (red spin). (Image: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion Electrically switchable qubit can tune between storage and fast calculation modes

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 11 Jan 2021

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A specimen of the spider species Trichonephila clavipes on board the international space station ISS. (Photo: BioServe Space Technologies, University of Colorado Boulder

Occasion Spiders in space: without gravity, light becomes key to orientation

Photographer BioServe Space Technologies, University of Colorado Boulder

Date 09 Dec 2020

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Neolamprologus caudopunctatus, a cichlid from Lake Tanganyika. (Photo: Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology)

Occasion Cichlid fishes from African Lake Tanganyika shed light on how organismal diversity arises

Photographer Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology

Date 18 Nov 2020

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Aulonocranus dewindtii, a cichlid from Lake Tanganyika. (Photo: Adrian Indermaur/Zoological Institute, University of Basel)

Occasion Cichlid fishes from African Lake Tanganyika shed light on how organismal diversity arises

Photographer Adrian Indermaur/Zoological Institute, University of Basel

Date 18 Nov 2020

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Neolamprologus brevis, a cichlid from Lake Tanganyika, lives in empty shells of snails. (Photo: Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology)

Occasion Cichlid fishes from African Lake Tanganyika shed light on how organismal diversity arises

Photographer Adrian Indermaur, University of Basel/Zoology

Date 18 Nov 2020

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