Annual Report 2012
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How difficult it is to visualize scientific outcomes, knows Dr. Oliver Stebler. [21.05.13] More (in German)
|Swiss physicist and ETH-Zurich alumnus Heinrich Rohrer died May 16 at his home in Wollerau, Switzerland. He is most known for his collaborative work with Gerd Binnig in developing the scanning tunnelling microscope, for which they both received the Nobel Prize in 1986. [21.05.13] More|
|Researchers from ETH Zurich have mapped the measurement coordinates of all tuberculosis proteins. Thanks to this “atlas”, scientists are now able to easily find and accurately measure every protein of the tuberculosis pathogen, Mycobacterium tuberculosis. [15.05.13] More|
|ETH Zurich is setting up a new Institute for Theoretical Studies which will offer sabbatical placements to top academics from all over the world. This has been made possible thanks to two outstandingly generous donations. [15.05.13] More|
ETH Life - more articles
Art at noon: "Faces of Distinction. Anthony van Dyck and his portraits of an illustrious circle"
On Monday, 27 May, the Collection of Prints and Drawings presents some of the rare first prints created by van Dyck himself. More (in German)
Rollout event: Focus projects 2013
On Tuesday, 28 May, mechanical engineering students of the ETH Zurich present their innovative projects, which they have been developing independently during two semester terms. More (in German)
Public guided tour: "In the footsteeps of Albert Einstein"
The guided tour on 28 May allows to explore Einstein's home and work places in Zurich's university quarter of the early 20th century. More (in German)
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