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Being a Problem Solver

Economic Sciences: Oluwabunmi Adejumo

Being a Problem Solver

2022 young economist Oluwabunmi Adejumo decided to work on different perspectives on the economies of sub-Saharan Africa.

The Nobel-Winning Research That Helped Us Mount an Effective Pandemic Response

Chemistry: Andrei Mihai

The Nobel-Winning Research That Helped Us Mount an Effective Pandemic Response

Within a short period of time several vaccines against COVID-19 have been developed. Based on research that was awarded with the Nobel Prize.

6 Tools to Supercharge Your Science Communication

Research: Balkees Abderrahman

6 Tools to Supercharge Your Science Communication

The 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting ended with the panel discussion "Why Trust Science?"

The Intricate Workings of the Human Brain

Medicine: Meeri Kim

The Intricate Workings of the Human Brain

The human brain is a enormously complex organ. Some of its functions were discussed during #LINO70 in two sessions.

How Open Science Spurs Creativity and Collaboration

Research: Meeri Kim

How Open Science Spurs Creativity and Collaboration

To improve the scientific process itself is the goal of several initiatives which were discussed and presented during #LINO70

Artificial Intelligence Can Change the World, but It’s up to Us to Use It for Good

Research: Andrei Mihai

Artificial Intelligence Can Change the World, but It’s up to Us to Use It for Good

Two sessions during #LINO70 were dedicated to artificial intelligence. They gave an outlook for the future.

The Many Facets of Biology: How the Study of Life Impacts Antibiotics, Animal Beauty and Drug Design

Chemistry: Meeri Kim

The Many Facets of Biology: How the Study of Life Impacts Antibiotics, Animal Beauty and Drug Design

#LINO70 offered an overview about current research in Biology.

Hidden Physics Gems at #LINO70

Physics: Ben Skuse

Hidden Physics Gems at #LINO70

Several sessions of #LINO70 discussed fundamental questions in Physics.

#LINO70 Daily Recap – Friday, 2 July 2021

Carl Friedrichs

#LINO70 Daily Recap – Friday, 2 July 2021

The anniversary meeting #LINO70 has ended, finalising a week in which one highlight followed the other. This final daily recap is also an outlook: #LINO22

Climate Change is Upon us. Can we Stop it in Time?

Physics: Andrei Mihai

Climate Change is Upon us. Can we Stop it in Time?

Four sessions during #LINO70 focused on Climate Change as it is one of the most important and demanding topics of our time.

The Dark and Black Recesses of the Universe

Physics: Ben Skuse

The Dark and Black Recesses of the Universe

New models of dark matter are waiting to be tested. They were discussed during two sessions of #LINO70.

A Window Into the Living World: The Latest Progress in Biological Imaging

Chemistry: Meeri Kim

A Window Into the Living World: The Latest Progress in Biological Imaging

Rapid advances in imaging techniques and instrumentation have opened a window into aspects of biology once thought impossible to visualise.