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.
Nobel Prize in Physics: Distilling Complexity of Our Climate and Other Systems
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2021 will be awarded to three scientists who have been predicting climate change for a long time.
Open Source Hardware: The Benefit of Sharing Knowledge
The use of open source hardware, the publication of data on physical objects, is expanding. Lindau Alumnus Lukas Winter is very involved in this issue.
How Nobel-Winning Physics Might Lead To a Green Revolution
Three ideas from Physics to produce energy in a climate-friendly way.
Tackling Climate Change: Low Hanging Fruit and Hidden Emissions
What are the most promising strategies to stop climate change?
Arthur Ashkin: Inventor, Innovator and Inspiration
Arthur Ashkin was 96 years old when he received the Nobel Prize for his discoveries in the field of laser. He died one year ago. Time to reflect his life and work.
Incubator for Innovative Ideas
2018 Lindau Alumna Martine Abboud has founded a start-up that equips entrepreneurs with business skills.
When Support Replaces Competition
Crowdfight connects researchers worldwide for support to answer scientific questions.
How Auction Theory Could Help Distribute Vaccines Equitably Across the World
When auctions are well-designed, they benefit everyone, including the bidders and the auctioneers. Maybe a way to distribute vaccines worldwide?
Topics of the Lindau Online Sciathon 2021
The topics of the Lindau Online Sciathon 2021 are based on the panel discussions of #LINO70.
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
Within a short period of time several vaccines against COVID-19 have been developed. Based on research that was awarded with the Nobel Prize.