Lindau Alumna Elisabetta Cacace reflects on her takeaway from #LINO18
Radiotherapy and imaging are vital in cancer care, but there is large inequality in access between low-middle and high-income countries. New technologies may improve the situation.
Lindau Alumna 2018 Marlene Heckl on #LINO18
Young scientist Philip Lewis reflect on highlights of #LINO18
The Lindau Meetings hosted a panel discussion on science communication during the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) 2018, the largest pan-European, multidisciplinary conference.
A panel discussion on the last day of #LINO18 engaged young scientists and raised challenging questions.
Interview series with #LINO18 young scientists
The term “Personalised Medicine” has become quite the buzzword over the recent years and the field has been advancing quickly. But does this mean we each get our own medication now? And at what cost?
Michael Bishop and Harold Varmus shared stories from childhood that influenced the beginning of their careers in research
Publishing papers is a huge part of a researcher’s life and career. But over the last decades more and more emphasis has been put on a handful of big journals and the impact factor has become the currency of academia. This needs to change, but how?
Take a virtual tour of Nobel Laureate Randy W. Schekman’s lab.
Watch lectures, Agora Talks and discussions in our mediatheque
#LINO18 participants discuss best strategies for communicating science
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