This year’s Nobel Prize in Physics recognises three researchers who expanded humanity’s horizons on the grandest of scales, contributing to our understanding of the evolution of the universe and our place within it.
This year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology honours discoveries concerning how cells sense and respond to low oxygen levels. The findings illuminate a fundamental aspect of normal cellular metabolism and have important implications for understanding – and perhaps treating – cancer.
Lindau Alumna Melania Zauri writes about creative processes and their role in science and research.
#LINO19 Alumna Jana Lasser from Austria talks about her career path, her favourite projects and more in this interview with Ulrike Böhm.
We are living in symbiosis with trillions of microbes that are essential to our health.
Learn more about the Nobel Prize in Physics 2019.
Nature Outlook supplement featuring #LINO19
Carl Wieman’s approach to active learning
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