Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2021: A Greener and More Efficient Way of Chemical Synthesis
Benjamin List and David MacMillan receive the 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of a powerful and sustainable method that has revolutionised the way to synthesise many important compounds.
In his lecture “An Attempt to Imitate an Enzyme”, Nobel Laureate Sir John Cornforth presents his work on changing the chemical structure of enzymes for the use of re-optimizing their functions to the audience at the Lindau Meeting in 1980.
This teaching unit (materials available in both German and English) on vaccinations outlines the immune defense of the human body – its active or passive immunisation systems – and their respective history of origin.
Henry A. Kissinger in discussion with Physics Nobel Laureates Reinhard Genzel, David J. Gross, William D. Phillips, Brian P. Schmidt and Erik Schmidt (Excecutive Chairman Google, 2011-2015) on quantum physics and how this field will transform the future; Moderator: Rainer Blatt.
One of the earliest genetic tools developed on the path to gene editing was recombinant gene technology. In his lecture “Gene Technology” at the 1975 Lindau Meeting, Severo Ochoa talks about scientific breakthroughs in the recombinant gene technology of the early-to-mid-1970s.