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Women in Science

February 11 is International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Ilaria Zardo

Meet five women and role models who work in the SPIN network and learn why they chose a career in science, what they love about their work, which obstacles women in science face to this day and which joint efforts of men and women alike are…
Grazia Raciti

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With mirrors, lasers and finesse

Doctoral candidate Grazia Raciti researches the dynamics of phonons as part of the Eucor program QUSTEC. Her lab experiments rely on mirrors, lasers and lots of finesse. When she isn't tinkering with gadgets, she helps undergraduates with…

Women in science: When female physicists network

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science will take place on 11 February. To mark this day, physicists from the University of Basel are hosting a public panel discussion with guests from industry and research. The aim is to…

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Better thermal conductivity due to modified atomic arrangement

Tailoring the thermal conductivity of materials is a current challenge in nanoscience. Researchers from the University of Basel, together with colleagues from the Netherlands and Spain, have shown that atomic vibrations that determine…

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Basel researchers make important discovery in nanoscience

Researchers from the University of Basel have made great strides with respect to the thermal conductivity of materials. With components becoming increasingly smaller in electronics and computers, thermal conductivity is becoming more and…
Bild Jelena und Ilaria

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Two Basel physicists receive millions in EU funding

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded professors Jelena Klinovaja and llaria Zardo from the Department of Physics at the University of Basel one ERC Starting Grant each. The two physicists will thus receive up to 1.5 million euros…

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Ilaria Zardo, a "German Italian", awarded in Rome

On September 11, 2015, a moving award ceremony was held at the Lepetit Cultural Center for a talented physics researcher who has made a name for herself in three European countries.

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Ilaria Zardo receives the "Giulio Cesare" medal.

Ilaria Zardo receives the "Giulio Cesare" medal. She will be awarded on September 11, 2015 at the Lepetit Cultural Center.