Forthcoming Events

10.04.2017 - 12.04.2017, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW, Brugg-Windisch
21.04.2017 - 21.04.2017, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Freiestrasse 3, University of Berne

News

An ultrafast X-ray source in a laboratory format- New Science paper by Hans Jakob Wörner, Jean-Pierre Wolf and co-workers
La lumière en lumière- received the PRIX ROBERVAL 2016
The making of a bacteriorhodopsin movie- using time-resolved serial femtosecond crystallography
Retaining Postdoc Mothers in an Academic Career- OPN column by Ursula Keller and Anna Garry
Ambizione grant awarded to Rajeswari Jayaraman- postdoc in Fabrizio Carbone’s group
Fitting wizard published- A Toolkit to Fit Nonbonded Parameters from and for Condensed Phase Simulations
ERC Starting Grant for Rachel GrangeStrategies to enhance nonlinear optical signal in oxide nanomaterials to avoid using high power sources
A Journey into Time in Powers of Ten- exhibition in Campus Info, ETH Hönggerberg, Sept. - Dec. 2016
Four new scientific highlights- by MUST and FAST PIs Gebhard Schertler, Hans-Jakob Wörner, Jacques Moser, Natalie Banerji and Ursula Keller
ERC Starting Grant for Natalie Banerji- Organic semiconductors interfaced with biological environments - OSIRIS

MUST Powers of Ten Book 2016

A JOURNEY INTO TIME IN POWERS OF TEN, Anna Garry and Thomas Feurer (editors), 2016

The book is available from: 


ETH Publishing House
Orell Füssli Bookshop
Amazon.de

An extract:
A-Journey-Into-Time-in-Powers-of-Ten



Book Reviews: May to September 2016











 


 



10-14, Jiri Vanicek and Tomas Zimmerman, EPFL

The NCCR MUST book illustrates the range of timescales that play a role not only in our lives, but also in the lives of all living beings on earth. We created the book to show how MUST research, where our investigative work is done at the ultrafast level (10-8 to 10-16), into perspective with other different life processes occurring in time.








The pages are set out as a series of timescales with ten images of a process occurring in time, with a short accompanying text. The reader starts at the center, 100 or one second (the blink of an eye) and then experiences the dynamics at each time period from the fastest timescale 10-16 (Electronic Motion in Molecules) to longest at 1018 (The Formation of the Milky Way). The aim of the book is to give deeper insight, both visually and with text, into some of the amazing physical events, cultural developments and biological process from life. The examples for the timescales are brought together using three intertwined themes: life, light and science.


 

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