Robert Ros

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Background My research activities can be summarized in the framework of nanobiophysics with especial emphasis on structural biology, physics of molecular recognition and conformational dynamics of single (bio-)molecules using scanning probe methods, force spectroscopy technologies and nanophotonics. My goal is to develop and improve nanobiophysical techniques (in particular the combination of cutting-edge force and optical technologies) and to apply them to fundamental biological processes, structures and nanomaterials such as gene regulation, transcription, translation, molecular machines, and charge transfer in bacterial nanowires.

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Physics
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Professor
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Degree Information: 
PhD, University of Basel, 2000
Area Of Study: 
Nanobiophysics [Director]

    

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