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Participants of #LINO22 – Magnets for Hydrogen Production

Chemistry: Jayeeta Saha

Participants of #LINO22 – Magnets for Hydrogen Production

Jayeeta Saha, participant of #LINO70 and #LINO22, completed her PhD within the last year. In this post she presents her research about hydrogen production and gives some tips on sessions in the mediatheque from the 70th Lindau Meeting.

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Announcement of the Young Economists Invited to #LINOecon

427 young economists from 69 countries are invited to participate in the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences.

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Reinhard Genzel

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Reinhard Genzel

Reinhard Genzel was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2020 “for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the centre of our galaxy”. Explore his fascinating work lab and learn more about the research techniques and special instruments applied to detect distant supermassive objects in space like Sagittarius A*.

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