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3D print of a knee joint. Researchers of the first project phase use this to calibrate their minimally invasive robots. (Photos: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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A masterpiece of anatomical 3D printing. This technology has developed at breakneck speed in the last few years. Now it is time to make it suitable for surgery in operating rooms. (Photo: University of Basel, R. Wendler)

Occasion Miracle II

Photographer Reinhard Wendler

Date 27 Jul 2020

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In a forest in Hölstein near Basel researchers study the effects of climate change on the most important and sensitive part of the trees – the canopy. A total of 450 trees between 50 and 120 years old grow on the 1.6 hectare research area. (Photo: University of Basel)

Occasion Heat stress: the climate is putting European forests under sustained pressure

Photographer University of Basel

Date 16 Jul 2020

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Beech tree in a forest near Basel: during the 2018 heatwave, the leaves died prematurely (Photo: Urs Weber, University of Basel)

Occasion Heat stress: the climate is putting European forests under sustained pressure

Photographer Urs Weber, University of Basel

Date 16 Jul 2020

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Same beech tree near Basel 2019: the tree stopped forming new shoots. (Photo: Urs Weber, University of Basel)

Occasion Heat stress: the climate is putting European forests under sustained pressure

Photographer Urs Weber, University of Basel

Date 16 Jul 2020

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Prof. Dr. Petr Broz. (Image: University of Basel, Biozentrum)

Persons Prof. Dr. Petr Broz

Photographer University of Basel, Biozentrum

Date 13 May 2020

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A loop of laser light connects the oscillations of a nanomechanical membrane (back) and the spin of a cloud of atoms (front). (Illustration: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

Occasion Laser loop couples quantum systems over a distance

Photographer University of Basel, Department of Physics

Date 07 May 2020

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Two ecotypes of threespine stickleback fish can be found in and around Lake Constance. Each has developed under the influence of its specific habitat: lake stickleback on the left and river stickleback on the right. The two ecotypes differ in numerous morphological and behavioral traits; most striking are the differences in body size and in the breeding coloration of the males (lower row). (Illustration: University of Basel, Daniel Berner)

Occasion Rapid evolution in fish: genomic changes within a generation

Photographer University of Basel, Daniel Berner

Date 27 Apr 2020

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European garden spider Araneus diadematus – adult female. (Photo: Rainer Altenkamp)

Occasion Following the insect meltdown, numbers of orb web spiders have drastically declined

Photographer Rainer Altenkamp

Date 23 Apr 2020

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