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From 1971 and 1985, Aachen-based architects Weber & Brand created this futuristic additional building for the University Hospital in Aachen, photo © Claus Richter

From 1971 and Aachen-based architects Weber & Brand created this futuristic additional building for the University Hospital in Aachen, photo © Claus Richter

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Intentional gaze shift to neglected space: a compensatory strategy during recovery after unilateral spatial neglect

Aachen University Hospital Weber, Brand und Partner

Aachen University Hospital Weber, Brand und Partner

Uniklinik Aachen #aachen #nrw #aixlachapelle #aken #hospital #outside #uniklinik #germany follow for more

Uniklinik Aachen #aachen #nrw #aixlachapelle #aken #hospital #outside #uniklinik #germany follow for more

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The Uniklinikum Aachen, full German name Universitätsklinikum Aachen , formerly known as Neues Klinikum , is the university hospital of the city of Aachen, Germany. It is part of the RWTH Aachen and contains its whole medical faculty.

Campus Melaten mit Uniklinikum

Campus Melaten mit Uniklinikum

Brandt Weber and Partners: New Medical Faculty, Technical university of Aachen, Germany, 1968-86

Brandt Weber and Partners: New Medical Faculty, Technical university of Aachen, Germany,

- ELECTRICITY - A visual cheat sheet about electrical physics, containing the most important formulas of current and Ohm's law expressed through an impossible water circuit analogy.

Infographic: Electricity A visual cheat sheet. - Infographic: ElectricityA visual cheat sheet about electrical physics, containing the most important formulas of current and Ohm’s law expressed through an impossible water circuit analogy.