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Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine 2022: Cavemen Relatives

Medicine: Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine 2022: Cavemen Relatives

Nobel Laureate Svante Pääbo forged an entirely new field in evolutionary biolog: paleogenomics. The sequencing of DNA from a Neanderthal bone and publishing the genome were the milestones in his research.

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2022: Chemistry That ‘Clicks’ Into Place

Chemistry: Neysan Donnelly

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2022: Chemistry That ‘Clicks’ Into Place

Three researchers whose work has revolutionised synthetic chemistry by allowing unprecedented insights into living cells will receive the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2022.

Nobel Prize in Physics 2022: Proving and Using the Peculiar Quantum Nature of Reality

Physics: Ben Skuse

Nobel Prize in Physics 2022: Proving and Using the Peculiar Quantum Nature of Reality

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2022 will be awarded to three scientists who proved the potential to investigate and control particles that are in entangled states.

Conduct – Diversity – Inclusion

Lindau: LiNo News

Conduct – Diversity – Inclusion

Summary of the council's recent discussion on diversity and inclusion in regard of the Lindau Meetings.

The Mystery of Plant Cells

Chemistry: Paola Libertad García Medel

The Mystery of Plant Cells

Lindau Alumna Paola Libertad García Medel explores the DNA replication of plants. Further knowledge about the DNA replication in plants could help to increase food security by improving crops and yields.

Reunion in Lindau

Economic Sciences: Daniela Thiel

Reunion in Lindau

Lukas and Jochen knew each other from school days. In Lindau they met again during #LINOecon and found some points of connection in their research.

The Invisible Danger

Chemistry: Ruth Rittinghaus

The Invisible Danger

Lindau Alumna Ruth Rittinghaus was awarded for an essay about her research topic. Microscopic plastic particles are almost ubiquitous in the environment. This is a problem, but tailor-made bioplastics may offer hope of a solution.

Women in Research #LINO22: Mariana Hugo Silva

Chemistry: Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINO22: Mariana Hugo Silva

Mariana, participant of #LINO22, is working on new forms of administrating drugs to patients. In the interview she tells us more about her aims, her inspiration and her daily work.

Women in Research #LINO22: Gözde Barim

Chemistry: Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINO22: Gözde Barim

Gözde is a materials chemist working on the design and synthesis of functional materials for energy applications. In advance of #LINO22 she was interviewed for the series "Women in Research".

Women in Research #LINOecon: Sandra Kretschmer

Economic Sciences: Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINOecon: Sandra Kretschmer

Sandra participated in the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences. She is working on options for the energy transition and the acceptance of these changes in the German population.

The 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting: Connecting the Young with the Wise

Chemistry: Jia Min Lee

The 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting: Connecting the Young with the Wise

Dr Jia Min Lee, research fellow at HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab, recounts her experiences at the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

Public Policy and Its Unintended Effects

Economic Sciences: Meeri Kim

Public Policy and Its Unintended Effects

Two lectures during the 7th Lindau Meeting in Economic Sciences highlighted examples of policymaking which did not fulfil the intended goal.