The Prize was awarded jointly to economists Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström.
Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa have developed nanoscale molecular machines – that have the potential to revolutionise technology.
The possibilities of science diplomacy
An essay on how publishing Albert Einstein shaped the history and identity of Princeton University Press.
In a somewhat surprising decision, the Swedish Academy solidifed Dylan’s legacy as a cultural icon.
The Nobel laureate is passionate about teaching researchers how to start a business, and about teaching science to children.
With cuts in science, research and education taking place, the country’s economic development is jeopardised.
The human side of the project that led to the atomic bomb.
Interview at the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
Nobel laureate Carl Wieman is passionate about teaching physics and math more effectively: students should not only learn facts but start thinking like scientists.
The question facing individual countries is: brain drain or brain gain?
Is the search for a “Theory of Everything” still worth its while or has it turned into a quixotic quest ultimately doing more harm than good?
The Nature Video Lindau Collection 2016 with Nobel Laureates Phillips, Haroche, Shechtman & McDonald
Read Nature’s #LiNo16 supplement online!
A Driving Force Towards Peace?
The structure of quasi-crystals.#NobelPrize laureate Dan Shechtman on his discovery. Rec.at #LiNo16 @TechnionLive youtube.com/watch?v=a113WP… Retweeted by