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  1. Design of the seismic monitoring network for the stimulation experiments in the Bedretto Deep Underground Rock Laboratory 

    Hertrich, Marian; Villiger, Linus; Doetsch, Joseph; et al. (2019)
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  2. In situ stress characterization in the Bedretto Underground Laboratory: implications for induced slip of pre-existing fractures/faults 

    Ma, Xiaodong; Gholizadeh Doonechaly, Nima; Hertrich, Marian; et al. (2019)
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  3. Characterization of an unstable mountain slope using ambient seismic vibrations: case study Chilchenstock (GL) 

    Häusler, Mauro; Kleinbrod, Ulrike; Burjánek, Jan; et al. (2018)
    A variety of geological and geotechnical techniques exist to characterize potential rockfall sites, such as fracture mapping or radar interferometry. However, these techniques are based on surface displacements and fail in case of slopes residing in an unstable equilibrium. Ambient seismic noise measurements can provide valuable information in such cases and is potentially able to sense the large-scale instability in depth. We demonstrate ...
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  4. Measurement setup to investigate near surface failures in steep bedrock permafrost 

    Weber, Samuel; Beutel, Jan; Faillettaz, Jérome; et al. (2014)
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  5. A decade of high-mountain permafrost data at Matterhorn Hörnligrat (Zermatt, CH) 

    Weber, Samuel; Beutel, Jan; Geiger, Alain; et al. (2018)
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  6. Reversible and irreversible fracture deformation in steep fractured bedrock permafrost at Matterhorn 

    Weber, Samuel; Beutel, Jan; Faillettaz, Jérome; et al. (2016)
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  7. Microphysiological multi-tissue platform for simultaneous efficacy and toxicity testing of drug formulations 

    Lohasz, Christian; Misun, Patrick Mark; Bonanini, F.; et al. (2018)
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  8. Automating multi-tissue microphysiological systems based on 3D microtissues 

    Hürlimann F.; Lohasz, Christian; Renggli, Kasper; et al. (2018)
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  9. Microphysiological platform for live 3D high-resolution imaging of multiple interconnected and interacting microtissues 

    Lohasz, Christian; Argast, Paul; Rausch, Martin; et al. (2018)
    The 22nd International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS 2018)
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  10. Microfluidic platform for parallelized and automated viability detection of Schistosoma mansoni 

    Chawla, Ketki; Modena, Mario Matteo; Ravaynia, Paolo S.; et al. (2018)
    Conference Poster
  11. Automating Multi-Tissue Microphysiological Systems Based on 3D Microtissues 

    Hürlimann, F.; Lohasz, Christian; Asgeirsson, D.; et al. (2018)
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  12. Microfluidic impedance platform for long-term detection of parasite viability 

    Ravaynia, Paolo S.; Chawla, Ketki; Modena, Mario M.; et al. (2018)
    The 22nd International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS 2018)
    Conference Poster
  13. Long-term high-density extracellular recordings enable studies of muscle cell physiology and pathology 

    Lewandowska, Marta; Bogatikov, Evgenii; Hierlemann, Andreas; et al. (2018)
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  14. How diverse retinal functions arise from feedback at the first visual synapse 

    Franke, F.; Drinnenberg, A.; Morikawa, R.; et al. (2018)
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  15. Horizontal cell feedback differentially shapes the response dynamics of distinct retinal output channels 

    Drinnenberg, Antonia; Franke, F.; Morikawa, R.; et al. (2018)
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  16. How diverse retinal functions arise at the first visual synapse 

    Drinnenberg, Antonia; Franke, Felix; Morikawa, R.; et al. (2018)
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  17. Low-flow seasonality across Switzerland - Climatic drivers and the influence of landscape 

    Floriancic, Marius G.; Berghuijs, Wouter Reinier; Molnar, Peter (2018)
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  18. Mechanisms of homeostatic synaptic plasticity 

    Bartram, Julian; Schröter, Manuel; Ronchi, Silvia; et al. (2018)
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