Nano Image Award


Nano Image Award 2018

Tulips In Love

Tulips in love
Scanning electron microscopic image of a silicon grating. This X-ray grating was realized by using metal assisted chemical etching within the Nano Argovia Project NANOCREATE.
- Lucia Romano ETH-Zürich & Paul Scherrer Institut


Nano Image Award 2017

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Corinne Mattle, Student: REM-image taken during the block course at the Nano Imaging Lab.


Nano Image Award 2016

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Marietta Batzer, Dominik Rohner (Physics Department, University of Basel) Winter landscape. Diamond surface after etching with a plasma (rectangular paddles can be broken out and used as samles)

 


Nano Image Award 2015

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Elise Aeby Droplets on a microfuidic device (30 mm).


Nano Image Award 2014

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Virus-imprinted nanoparticles, Patrick Shahgaldian (FHNW), colorised by Martin Oeggerli (micronaut.ch). It is a color SEM micrograph of our virus-imprinted nanoparticles


Nano Image Award 2010

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Patrick Biro Silicon oxide micro cages for cells


Nano Image Award 2010

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Jérôme Wiss Picture taken with STM at room temperature. It shows a hexagonal assembly of a porphyrin (called TV151) on Ag111. The picture has dimensions of 14.8nm*14.8nm. The pores are filled also with TV151 that is probably rotating in the pores


Internal Nanopic Award 2005

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