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The New Zealand Herald
Strange But True: Pigeons are no bird-brainsprey with the protruding antennae; the jaws are under tension like an armed spr
Strange But True: Pigeons are no bird-brains
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
prey with the protruding antennae; the jaws are under tension like an armed spring trap. Photo: Department of Biomedicine, University of Basel How fish fend off the horrid Bobbit worm If you were a fish swimming around in the deep waters of the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Artificial intelligence helps in the discovery of new materialsspecified vertically and one horizontally; each box contains a suitable resolut
Artificial intelligence helps in the discovery of new materials
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
specified vertically and one horizontally; each box contains a suitable resolution for the two remaining elements. Credit: University of Basel, Department of Chemistry With the help of artificial intelligence, chemists from the University of Basel... Read more
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PhysOrg
Fish against monster wormsprey with the protruding antennae; the jaws are under tension like an armed spr
Fish against monster worms
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
prey with the protruding antennae; the jaws are under tension like an armed spring trap. Credit: Department of Biomedicine, University of Basel Eunice aphroditois, also known as the Bobbit worm, buries its long body deep in the sand, leaving only... Read more
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Medical News Today
How does beer impact social tendencies?the desire to be in happy social situations, according to the research. Lead r
How does beer impact social tendencies?
Medical News Today / Posted 10 days ago
the desire to be in happy social situations, according to the research. Lead researcher Prof. Matthias Liechti, of the University of Basel in Switzerland, and colleagues reveal that drinking beer enables us to see happy faces faster, increases... Read more
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dna
Newly discovered gene critical to embryo’s first daysproject by researchers at Karolinska Institutet, the Competence Centre on Healt
Newly discovered gene critical to embryo’s first days
dna / Posted 14 days ago
project by researchers at Karolinska Institutet, the Competence Centre on Health Technologies in Estonia and the University of Basel in Switzerland. It was financed by Karolinska Institutet’s Distinguished Professor Award and the Knut and... Read more
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PhysOrg
On-surface chemistry leads to novel productsnot been synthesized yet by solution chemistry, with the aid of an ultra-high-r
On-surface chemistry leads to novel products
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
not been synthesized yet by solution chemistry, with the aid of an ultra-high-resolution atomic force microscope. Credit: University of Basel, Department of Physics On-surface chemical reactions can lead to novel chemical compounds not yet... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury faith: Nietzsche is dead, but God is alivebut then lost his faith at university at the age of 20. Four years later, he be
Sudbury faith: Nietzsche is dead, but God is alive
The Sudbury Star / Posted 18 days ago
but then lost his faith at university at the age of 20. Four years later, he became the youngest-ever professor at the University of Basel in neighbouring Switzerland. When Nietzsche wrote that God is dead, he wasn't implying that he thought... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Nanotechnology Supports Treatment Of Malignant Melanomacausing the latter to bend. This can be measured, providing clear evidence that
Nanotechnology Supports Treatment Of Malignant Melanoma
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 19 days ago
causing the latter to bend. This can be measured, providing clear evidence that the genetic change is present. (Credit: University of Basel, Department of Physics) Changes in the genetic make-up of tissue samples can be detected quickly and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Study finds those with 'resting bitch face' might be social excludedare some occasions when pushing someone out of a group is perceived as justifie
Study finds those with 'resting bitch face' might be social excluded
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
are some occasions when pushing someone out of a group is perceived as justified, according to the research team at the University of Basel. Groups are, for example, more likely to ostracize people who cause trouble or arguments in order to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Bacteria supply their allies with munitionsproteins of the attacking sister cells (red) to build their own spear gun (ligh
Bacteria supply their allies with munitions
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
proteins of the attacking sister cells (red) to build their own spear gun (light green intracellular structure). Credit: University of Basel Bacteria fight their competitors with molecular spear guns, the so-called Type VI secretion system. When... Read more
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iafrica.com
Breastfeeding could cut asthma's effect?immune systems are already widely established. This new study, from the Univers
Breastfeeding could cut asthma's effect?
iafrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
immune systems are already widely established. This new study, from the University Children's Hospital Basel and the University of Basel, Switzerland, adds to the wealth of research in the field by identifying protective effects of... Read more
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CTV News
Breastfeeding could cut risk of some asthma symptomsimmune systems are already widely established. This new study, from the Univers
Breastfeeding could cut risk of some asthma symptoms
CTV News / Posted 22 days ago
immune systems are already widely established. This new study, from the University Children's Hospital Basel and the University of Basel, Switzerland, adds to the wealth of research in the field by identifying protective effects of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Here's why Switzerland is the most innovative country in the worldSwiss universities also made the list, including the University of Zurich in 10
Here's why Switzerland is the most innovative country in the world
Stamford Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
Swiss universities also made the list, including the University of Zurich in 10th, Zurich's ETH in 13th, and the University of Basel in 33rd. That combination — a rich history of entrepreneurship mixed with an ongoing investment in a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Here's why Switzerland is the most innovative country in the worldSwiss universities also made the list, including the University of Zurich in 10
Here's why Switzerland is the most innovative country in the world
Connecticut Post / Posted 23 days ago
Swiss universities also made the list, including the University of Zurich in 10th, Zurich's ETH in 13th, and the University of Basel in 33rd. That combination — a rich history of entrepreneurship mixed with an ongoing investment in a... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Here's why Switzerland is the most innovative country in the worldSwiss universities also made the list, including the University of Zurich in 10
Here's why Switzerland is the most innovative country in the world
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
Swiss universities also made the list, including the University of Zurich in 10th, Zurich's ETH in 13th, and the University of Basel in 33rd. That combination — a rich history of entrepreneurship mixed with an ongoing investment in a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Nanotechnology supports treatment of malignant melanomacausing the latter to bend. This can be measured, providing clear evidence that
Nanotechnology supports treatment of malignant melanoma
PhysOrg / Posted 23 days ago
causing the latter to bend. This can be measured, providing clear evidence that the genetic change is present. Credit: University of Basel, Department of Physics Changes in the genetic make-up of tissue samples can be detected quickly and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Nanomechanical microcantilevers can quickly detect mutations in patients with malignant melanomaand easily using a new method based on nanotechnology. This report researchers
Nanomechanical microcantilevers can quickly detect mutations in patients with malignant melanoma
News-Medical-Net / Posted 23 days ago
and easily using a new method based on nanotechnology. This report researchers from the Swiss Nanoscience Institute, the University of Basel and the University Hospital Basel in first clinical tests with genetic mutations in patients with... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Breastfeeding could cut asthma gene's effect on respiratory symptoms by 27%immune systems are already widely established. This new study, from the Univers
Breastfeeding could cut asthma gene's effect on respiratory symptoms by 27%
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 23 days ago
immune systems are already widely established. This new study, from the University Children's Hospital Basel and the University of Basel, Switzerland, adds to the wealth of research in the field by identifying protective effects of... Read more
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Medical News Today
Breast-feeding may reduce asthma symptoms for at-risk infantsresearchers of this latest study - including Dr. Olga Gorlanova of the Universi
Breast-feeding may reduce asthma symptoms for at-risk infants
Medical News Today / Posted 24 days ago
researchers of this latest study - including Dr. Olga Gorlanova of the University Children's Hospital Basel (UKBB) and the University of Basel, Switzerland - breast-feeding could protect against such symptoms in children with 17q21 gene... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
People who resume smoking after transplant have lower chances of survivalhas a negative impact, an even bigger impact than if you are a nontransplant pe
People who resume smoking after transplant have lower chances of survival
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
has a negative impact, an even bigger impact than if you are a nontransplant person,” said coauthor Sabina De Geest of the University of Basel in Switzerland. The researchers reviewed 73 studies of transplantation, most focusing on kidney, heart... Read more
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FOX News
Transplant recipients who resume smoking have shorter survivalhas a negative impact, an even bigger impact than if you are a nontransplant pe
Transplant recipients who resume smoking have shorter survival
FOX News / Posted a month ago
has a negative impact, an even bigger impact than if you are a nontransplant person," said coauthor Sabina De Geest of the University of Basel in Switzerland. The researchers reviewed 73 studies of transplantation, most focusing on kidney, heart... Read more
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PhysOrg
Bringing artificial enzymes closer to naturemetalloenzyme to produce novel high added-value chemicals. Credit: NCCR Molecul
Bringing artificial enzymes closer to nature
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
metalloenzyme to produce novel high added-value chemicals. Credit: NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering Scientists at the University of Basel, ETH Zurich, and NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering have developed an artificial metalloenzyme that... Read more
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Business Wire
Vaxxilon Builds Management Team - Appoints Arne von Bonin as Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) and Establishes Scientific Advisory Board with Professor Georg Holländer as Chairin infectious diseases and immunology. Dr. Holländer holds dual appointments a
Vaxxilon Builds Management Team - Appoints Arne von Bonin as Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) and Establishes Scientific Advisory Board with Professor Georg Holländer as Chair
Business Wire / Posted 1 months ago
in infectious diseases and immunology. Dr. Holländer holds dual appointments at the University of Oxford and the University of Basel, where he is the Hoffmann and Action Medical Research Professor of Developmental Medicine and the... Read more

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