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  University Hospital Basel
The University Hospital Basel (uhbs) is one of Switzerland's leading university medical centers.
The university as a mark of quality is a tradition in Basel.
Basel is known throughout the world as the home of leading international chemical and pharmaceutical industries which greatly contribute to the field of life sciences.
www.basel.ch /en/living_in_basel/health_and_insurances/health_system/university_hospital_basel   (239 words)

  
  QS Top Universities: University of Basel
The University of Basel was founded in 1460.
Located in the heart of Basel, and drawing on innovation anchored in tradition, the University of Basel is dynamic and innovative.
The University of Basel is committed to providing state-of-the-art education and to facilitating outstanding research.
www.topuniversities.com /scorecard/modules/school_search/search_school_details.php?voidsess&sch_id=839   (240 words)

  
  University of Basel - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Basel, University of, institution of higher learning, and the oldest university in Switzerland, founded in 1460.
Reuchlin, Johann (1455-1522), German humanist and scholar of Greek and Hebrew, born in Pforzheim, and educated at the University of Basel,...
Spitteler, Carl Friedrich Georg, pseudonym of Carl Felix Tandem (1845-1924), Swiss writer, born in Liestal, and educated in law and theology at the...
encarta.msn.com /University_of_Basel.html   (154 words)

  
 Basel Institute on Governance: Home
Based in Switzerland and associated with the University of Basel, we bring together internationally recognised academics as well as practitioners with long-standing experience in the matters at stake.
The Basel Institute on Governance is looking for a researcher to support the formulation and coordination of a research proposal on "The Governance of Essential Health Care Systems", an interdisciplinary, evidence-based analysis of the effectiveness and equity of health systems based on case studies in Tanzania and Tajikistan.
The Basel Institute on Governance, in cooperation with the Corruption Eradication Commission of Indonesia, the ADB/OECD Anti-Corruption Initiative for Asia-Pacific, and UNODC, and supported by the German Development Cooperation GtZ and the US State Department, organised an international seminar on asset recovery and mutual legal assistance in Bali, Indonesia, from 5-7 September 2007.
www.baselgovernance.org   (637 words)

  
 Geological Society - News - Basel's brush with death
The study - completed by researchers with ETH Zurich, the University of Basel in Switzerland, and the University of Strasbourg in France - finally pinpoints the exact source of the devastating 1356 Basel earthquake.
Basel may not suffer a massive earthquake in this century, said Peter Huggenberger of the University of Basel, a co-author on the study.
Basel - renowned as a Renaissance city of artistic and intellectual rebirth at the intersection of Switzerland, France and Germany - suffered catastrophic losses during the 1356 earthquake.
www.geolsoc.org.uk /template.cfm?name=Basel   (932 words)

  
 Basel : Introduction | Frommers.com
At the entrance to the Swiss Rhineland, Basel is the capital of the half-canton of Basel-Stadt.
Other notable Basel residents were the painter Holbein the Younger, who made portraits of Erasmus; the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who taught at the University of Basel; Theodor Herzl, who addressed the first Zionist World Congress here in 1897; and Jacob Burckhardt, a native, who achieved fame with his history of the Italian Renaissance.
Basel, which is also a banking and industrial center, is headquarters of the Bank for International Settlement.
www.frommers.com /destinations/basel/0163010001.html   (534 words)

  
 University of Basel
The University of Basel (German: Universit├Ąt Basel) is located at Basel, Switzerland.
Erasmus, Paracelsus, Daniel Bernoulli, Jacob Burckhardt, Leonhard Euler and Friedrich Nietzsche are among those associated with the university, which is nowadays famous for research into tropical medicine.
Swiss Tropical Institute - an Associated Institute of the University of Basel - travel and tropical medicine, international health, medical parasitology and the biology of infection, public health and epidemiology.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/u/un/university_of_basel.html   (124 words)

  
 University Library Basel, Switzerland
University of Basel, Switzerland and the public in the region of Basel and its Swiss, German and French neighborhood.
The Web Opac Catalog is a union catalog of more than 4 million titles in libraries of the Swiss universities at Basel and Bern.
It forms part of IDS, a consortium of all university libraries in German speaking Switzerland.
www.ub.unibas.ch /indexeng.htm   (146 words)

  
 Kunstmuseum Basel - History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When the Amerbach Kabinett was in danger of being removed to Amsterdam in 1661, professors from the University of Basel intervened in the hope of saving the wonderful collection for their city.
As university property, the collection was ultimately left to the city for the valuation price of 22,000 francs, which enabled it to stay together intact.
A bequest by Samuel Birrmann (1793-1843), a Basel painter and art dealer, was decisive to the introduction of a genuine acquisition policy: in 1855 a fund earmarked for contemporary Swiss art was established under the aegis of the Museum Commission, who continue up to the present day to make decisions about purchases, bequests and gifts.
www.kunstmuseumbasel.ch /en/collection/history.html   (986 words)

  
 University of Basel Telepathology Network - Program Profile 2005
University of Basel: We started with frozen section diagnoses at the end of 1991 because of a demand of the regional Hospital Samedan in the Swiss Mountains.
University of Basel: No. It was money resulting from an earlier working in favour of a company, which could profit from the coworking and has sponsered the money as acknowledgement and for scientific use.
University of Basel: You are invited to use the program.
tie.telemed.org /articles/article.asp?path=articles&article=uOfBaselTelepathProfile05_tieStaff_tie05.xml   (420 words)

  
 Visual Numerics - Developers of IMSL and PV-WAVE
Currently, 30 people use the SXM-SHELL at the University of Basel, and there are other installations at research centers in Europe and the United States, primarily in Switzerland, Hungary, Sweden and California.
Basel, with nearly 200,000 people and 2000 years of history, is located at the elbow of the Rhine on the borders of France and Germany.
The town has the oldest university in Switzerland (1460), some 30 museums, the country's first musical theatre, a town theatre of international renown, and countless small theatres.
www.vni.com /successes/ubasel.html   (1564 words)

  
 Basel Geriatric Corner - Recent research and educational activities of the Basel Geriatric University Clinic. - About ...
Basel Geriatric Corner - Recent research and educational activities of the Basel Geriatric University Clinic.
Hannes B Staehelin (1937) graduated in Medicine at the University of Basel in 1964.
In fall of 1969 He moved he took a residency in internal medicine at the department of medicine of the University of Basel.
www.healthandage.com /html/min/basel/about.htm   (404 words)

  
 BioPortfolio News : University of Basel Hospital researchers publish recent findings
This trend article about University of Basel Hospital is an immediate alert from NewsRx to identify developing directions of research.
Scientists concluded, "The developed system may, thus, be used as a 3D in vitro model of bone marrow to study interactions between BMSCs and hematopoietic cells as well as to streamline manufacture of osteoinductive grafts in the context of regenerative medicine."
For additional information, contact I. Martin, University of Basel Hospital, Institute Surgery Research and Hospital Management, Dept. Surgery, Hebelstr 20, ZLF, Room 405, CH-4031 Basel, Switzerland.
www.bioportfolio.com /June_06/06_06_2006/University_of_Basel_Hospital.html   (889 words)

  
 universitat basel
The University of Basel was founded in 1459 and first opened its doors to students in 1460.
Basel, the third largest city of Switzerland, is located in the Northwest of the country, on the Rhine.
The main language of instruction at the University of Basel is German, therefore a good command of German is necessary to study in Basel (the colloquial language is a German dialect).
www.umsl.edu /services/abroad/universities/basel.html   (591 words)

  
 Basel, Switzerland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Basel, in northern Swizterland at the borders of France and
Germany (the "Dreiländereck"), is Switzerland's oldest university city.
Early fifteenth-century Basel was a religious center, hosting a papal election and a reform council; later it was the home of Erasmus, who is buried in Basel's cathedral.
www.english.upenn.edu /Projects/knarf/Places/basel.html   (99 words)

  
 Brown University Dept. of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Brown University Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Ph.D., Zoology, University of Texas at Austin, 2003.
Research: I use Drosophila to study the effects of altered insulin signalling and downstream hormonal signals on gene expression and aging-related mortality.
www.brown.edu /Departments/EEB/tatar/lab.htm   (212 words)

  
 Electronic properties of DNA (August 2001) - Physics World - PhysicsWeb
Both charge-tunnelling and thermal-hopping mechanisms have been verified in experiments, notably by Bernd Giese's group at the University of Basel in Switzerland and by Maibi Michel-Beyerle and co-workers at the Technical University in Munich (figure 3).
Meanwhile, George Grüner and co-workers at the University of California at Los Angeles have measured the hopping mobility in DNA and compared it with traditional one-dimensional conductors.
In particular, Nadrian Seeman and co-workers at New York University have made intertwined loops, knots, one- and two-dimensional arrays, three-dimensional cubes and nanolattices based on synthetic DNA structures (figure 5).
physicsweb.org /article/world/14/8/8   (3927 words)

  
 University of Basel Hospital - Reports from University of Basel Hospital add...
University of Basel Hospital - Reports from University of Basel Hospital add...
Reports from University of Basel Hospital add new data to knowledge base.
This trend article about University of Basel Hospital is an immediate alert from LawRx to identify developing directions of research.
www.newsrx.com /newsletters/Biotech-Law-Weekly/2006-06-16/06152006333481BL.html   (184 words)

  
 Basel Tourismus / Basel / Hotel Reservation / Basel Information / Basel Veranstaltungen
Here you find all the information about the city of Basel and region as well as the official calender of events.
Basel Tourismus is looking forward to welcome you to the city on the Rhine.
Basel is by far the art and architecture capital of Switzerland.
www.baseltourismus.ch /opencms/opencms/bstour/english/index.html   (115 words)

  
 Swiss Nanoscience Institute, Basel, Switzerland
In various projects researchers focus on nanoscale structures and aim at providing new impact and ideas to the life sciences, to the sustainable use of resources, and to information and communication technologies.
The University of Basel as the leading house coordinates the NCCR network of the involved universities, federal research institutes, industrial partners and the Argovia-network, which is financed by the Swiss Canton of Aargau.
With the establishment of the SNI the University of Basel continues to secure the internationally acknowledged position as a centre of excellence in nanoscale sciences.
www.nccr-nano.org   (418 words)

  
 BaselArea - Education & Science
Public schools start with elementary, middle and high schools at the lower levels, and offer higher education at the University of Basel as well as the University of Applied Sciences.
The University of Basel is the oldest in Switzerland and has a diverse international student body thanks to its exchange program among other things.
The University is top-ranked in world-wide research with its Institute for Physics, but also with the Bio Center and the pharmaceutical center.
www.baselarea.org /e_informationen_bildung.cfm   (261 words)

  
 BioValley CH - News
The healthcare company Roche, with global headquarters in Basel, has committed to sponsor the University of Basel with a donation of 6 million Swiss Francs (4.8 million dollars) over the next five years.
Yesterday, Professor Dr. Jonathan Knowles, Head of Global Research for Roche, and the Chancellor of the University of Basel, Professor Dr. Ulrich Gaebler, signed an agreement which will give the University of Basel six million Swiss Francs (4.8 million dollars) over the next five years.
With this commitment Roche supports the city of Basel as a life sciences research and economic center and, expressly, attaches no conditions to this support.
www.biovalley.ch /news/news_article.html?id=224   (164 words)

  
 University of Basel - Definition, explanation
Part of the University of Basel in Switzerland.
A project of the English Department at Basel University.
Plant Physiology Section of the Botanical Institute at the University of Basel
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/u/un/university_of_basel.php   (433 words)

  
 Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine University of Basel ISPM, Switzerland
The Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine belongs to the Medical Faculty of the University of Basel.
An important public service provided by the ISPM is the literature databases on air pollution and health and on the effects of electromagnetic fields on health.
The ISPM Basel invites all interested parties to the Mini-Symposium on “Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Health” taking place on March 30, 2007 from 9:30 h - 12.00 h, in the Auditorium no. 6 at Hebelstrasse 10, Blutspendezentrum, University of Basel.
www.ispm-unibasel.ch /english/index.php   (226 words)

  
 Department of Chemistry, University of Basel
Martin, School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, University of Manchester, U.K. Dezember 2007 at 17:30:
Organische Chemie, St. Johanns-Ring 19, kleiner Hörsaal OC On the Impact of New Synthetic Methods for the Synthesis of Bioactive Targets
University Library UB Virtual Library UB Library ETHZ
www.chemie.unibas.ch   (67 words)

  
 500 Total Body Irradiations at the University Hospital Basel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The method has been applied at the university hospital Basel since 1979 [2, 3, 5], as shown in figure 1.
In the University Hospital Basel there are two uniform linear accelerators (type SL 75/5) suitable to execute TBI.
In particular that is true for the University Hospital Basel.
www.fmi.uni-passau.de /gmunden/3061.htm   (712 words)

  
 Research from University of Basel, Division of Pharmacology yields new findings on epilepsy: The Epilepsy Therapy ...
The molecular mechanisms underlying this response are not well understood, however, and the spectrum of CBZ-inducible genes in human liver has not been thoroughly investigated," scientists in Basel, Switzerland report.
In transactivation studies in CV-1 cells, we demonstrated that both CBZ and its major metabolite, CBZ-10,11-epoxide, activate the nuclear receptor PXR in a concentration-dependent fashion and at therapeutic concentrations with 50% inhibitory concentration values of approximately 50 micromol/L," wrote M. Oscarson and colleagues, University of Basel, Division of Pharmacology.
For additional information, contact M. Oscarson, University of Basel, Division of Pharmacology, Neurobiology, Biozentrum, Basel, Switzerland.
www.epilepsytdp.org /xml/pr_1165588260   (372 words)

  
 WTT - University of Basel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
While the main tasks of the University of Basel are teaching, research and the provision of services, it also recognises the importance of a commercial application of its research activities for the private sector.
To take science into the market the university established the technology transfer office whose role is to determine the commercial use of research results, protect intellectual property, and transfer it to industry.
Since 1998 more than 100 jobs have been created by companies that started out as spinoffs of the University of Basel.
www.swissworld.org /dvd_rom/eng/education_2004/content/innovation/transfer_unibasel-eng.html   (114 words)

  
 Basel - U.S. Embassy Bern Switzerland
Attended course of comparative law of New York University during academic year 1968/69.
REFAEIL, Nora, LL.M.; Aeschenvorstadt 4, P.O. Box 526, 4010 Basel, telephone: 41 61 279 3951; fax 41 61 279 3310; email: nrefaeil@vischer.com; member of law firm Vischer Attorneys at Law and Notaries; internet: http://www.vischer.com.
University of Basel, 1995; Columbia Law School, New York, 2003.
bern.usembassy.gov /basel.html   (266 words)

  
 Nuclear astrophysics at the University of Basel
A general rule of astrophysics is that anything, which is theoretically possible, exists somewhere in the universe.
In the theoretical astrophysics group at the University of Basel we are mostly concerned with the various nuclear processes and the formation of elements associated with hot (T>100 million Kelvin) and dense conditions.
Although much progress has occured in recent years in approaching the drip-lines with experimental methods, the properties of the very many unstable isotopes involved in the formation of the matter comprising the universe, are still unknown.
quasar.physik.unibas.ch /nuclearastro.html   (1310 words)

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