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David Haselbach

Cells are factories full of molecular machines, fuelled by the thermal energy of the surrounding medium. Randomly impacting solution molecules force the machines to vibrate and therefore move in all directions. Only through well-placed structural features, that prohibit some of the random movements, the molecules can work productively. It is the aim of our lab to identify and understand design principles of molecular machines. We use biophysical techniques - especially cryo-electron microscopy - to watch them in action.

Group Members

Senior Research Assistant
Fellow in Cyro EM