He is considered to be an important founding father of modern quantum physics, his books are still standard reference works, and many people have heard of one of the technical terms named after him. But who is the person behind these terms – who was Paul Dirac? Continue reading
The photo exhibition Sketches of Science can now be seen at Gwacheon National Science Museum in Seoul. Continue reading
We celebrate today’s announcement of the 2014 Literature Nobel Prize with the engaging presentation Literature Nobel Laureate Mario Vargas Llosa gave at #lindauecon14. Continue reading
Getting to grips with the realities of an ageing global population: The second film of the 2014 Nature Video series “A Picture of Health” is out now.
The trailer of the 2014 Nature Video film series and the film “HIV in hiding” are out now!
#LindauEcon14 participant Muslimin Anwar shares a conversation with Joe Stiglitz and a host of spectacular Lindau selfies. Continue reading
The Laureate who devised the DNA sequencing method discusses his apprehensions about medical applications of big data and genome sequencing. Continue reading
The definitive guide on applying for LNLM15 as a young scientist. Continue reading
2014 marks the 50th anniversary of Dorothy Hodgkin’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry: memories of a Lindau ‘veteran’ who had already been a living legend when she participated in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. Continue reading
Lindau Blog Reporter Simon Engelke met some of the brilliant Young minds of #LindauEcon14. Here are his impressions. Continue reading