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PhysOrg
Realizing quantum bitsreport has been published in the journal Nature Materials by a team of research
Realizing quantum bits
PhysOrg / Posted an hour ago
report has been published in the journal Nature Materials by a team of researchers from Ruhr-Universität Bochum, the University of Basel, and Lyon University; among its contributors were the two Bochum-based researchers Prof Dr Andreas Wieck... Read more
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The New Statesman
Friedrich Nietzsche, the conqueror with the iron handof him and his legacy. Nietzsche’s first book, The Birth of Tragedy, published
Friedrich Nietzsche, the conqueror with the iron hand
The New Statesman / Posted 5 hours ago
of him and his legacy. Nietzsche’s first book, The Birth of Tragedy, published in 1872 while he was a professor at the University of Basel, received marginal attention. It wasn’t until the 1890s that his writings gained a wide readership across... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Choroid plexus signals in the brain control stem cell behaviorProf. Fiona Doetsch's research team at the Biozentrum, University of Basel, has
Choroid plexus signals in the brain control stem cell behavior
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
Prof. Fiona Doetsch's research team at the Biozentrum, University of Basel, has discovered that the choroid plexus, a largely ignored structure in the brain that produces the cerebrospinal fluid, is an important regulator of adult neural stem cells.... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Physicists Couple Distant Nuclear Spins Using A Single Electronnuclear spins (yellow arrows) are coupled via the spin of an electron delocaliz
Physicists Couple Distant Nuclear Spins Using A Single Electron
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 6 days ago
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) For the first time, researchers at the University of Basel have coupled the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Even single cells are able to remember information if they receive the order from their proteins. Researchers at the University of Basel's Biozentrum have discovered that prot
Even single cells are able to remember information if they receive the order from their proteins
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
. Researchers at the University of Basel's Biozentrum have discovered that proteins form pairs to give the signal for storing information in the cell's... Read more
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PhysOrg
Cell death: How a protein drives immune cells to suicideAtomic force microscopy image of the pore. Credit: University of Basel, Biozent
Cell death: How a protein drives immune cells to suicide
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
Atomic force microscopy image of the pore. Credit: University of Basel, Biozentrum For some pathogens, attack is the best form of defense—they enter immune cells of the human body. However, if they are detected in their hidden niche, the infected... Read more
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PhysOrg
Computer simulation renders transient chemical structures visibleimage, the nitrogen molecule (red/blue) is bonded to the iron atom (green ball)
Computer simulation renders transient chemical structures visible
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
image, the nitrogen molecule (red/blue) is bonded to the iron atom (green ball). Credit: Universität Basel Chemists at the University of Basel have succeeded in using computer simulations to elucidate transient structures in proteins. In the... Read more
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PhysOrg
For the first time, physicists couple distant nuclear spins using a single electronFor the first time, researchers at the University of Basel in Switzerland have
For the first time, physicists couple distant nuclear spins using a single electron
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
For the first time, researchers at the University of Basel in Switzerland have coupled the nuclear spins of distant atoms using just a single electron. Three research groups took part in this complex experiment, the results of which have now been... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists elucidate why acute leukemias with same genetic abnormality vary in aggressivenessScientists at the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI) an
Scientists elucidate why acute leukemias with same genetic abnormality vary in aggressiveness
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
Scientists at the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI) and the University of Basel have discovered why acute leukemias with the same genetic abnormality vary in their aggressiveness based on their cellular origin. They found... Read more
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PhysOrg
Energy from sunlight: Further steps towards artificial photosynthesisresults represent a fundamental and important step on the path to artificial ph
Energy from sunlight: Further steps towards artificial photosynthesis
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
results represent a fundamental and important step on the path to artificial photosynthesis", say Prof. Oliver Wenger (University of Basel) and Prof. Peter Hamm (University of Zurich), who jointly led the study. However, they claim, it is still... Read more

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