“Imagine how an old man might feel when a Center like this is named after him…” The emotion could be heard in the voice of Jacques Dubochet. The 2017 Chemistry Nobel Prize laureate was participating in the official launch of the Dubochet Center for Imaging (DCI), a joint platform of EPFL, the University of Lausanne and the University of Geneva.
The Center has more than enough to put the Lake Geneva region on the world map of advanced imaging facilities. “We have here the best model of an electron microscope for life sciences that money can buy. And we have two of it,” said Henning Stahlberg, director of the DCI.
Source: “At the Dubochet Center for imaging, atoms are made visible”, EPFL News