July 13, 2018
July’s faculty member of the month is Nobel laureate Joachim Frank. In 2017 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry along with Richard Henderson and Jacques Dubochet for their pioneering work in cryogenic electron microscopy, a visualisation technique where a biological sample is cooled to extremely low temperatures of -150 °C.
In this Q&A, we go back to October 2017 to talk about the day the Nobel prize winners were announced. Among the celebrating and the press engagements, Joachim still found the time to write...