• Joachim Frank

    Nobel Prize for TUM Alumni

    As a TUM doctoral student, Joachim Frank and his mentor argued about how biological molecules could be depicted. At the beginning of December 2017, Joachim Frank was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing cryo-electron microscopy.

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Pablo Marañón Berrezueta

lives in Quito, the capital of Ecuador. Now the father of two is helping former TUM students in South America make contact with each other. Read the full story!
Graphic: ediundsepp

Graphic: ediundsepp