The microfluidic cell culture chips – about the size of a USB stick – could reduce the need for animal experiments.
The rise of the internet and social media has led to a deluge of misinformation. Fact-checking is one of the tools being used to fight it.
Few molecular techniques have had such an impact on the scientific community and the public alike as the CRISPR-Cas gene-editing tool. What future diagnostic and medical potential does the tool hold?
Publish or perish – shall we factor in reproducibility?
How to make the best of conferences – some tips to ease your mind as you jump into networking paradise
Scientific publishing is about to undergo drastic changes for the better. Preprints are on the rise, and they are gaining momentum. Nobel Laureates Randy Schekman and Martin Chalfie comment on publishing practices in the life sciences.
How to recognise your skills and opportunities using the Skill Inventory Matrix
To achieve career bliss, you have to start by recognising your own power as a STEM-educated professional.
Author positions serve as the key currency in academic careers. This needs to change, argues postdoctoral fellow Daniel Hornburg.
Floryne Buishand on her career path from veterinary science to cancer research and how the Lindau Meeting led her to where she is today
How to make the best of your Lindau experience after arriving back home
At the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, this year more than in any other year, scientists felt the need to speak up about the way that public policy is intervening in the future of scientific research.
16 women in research summarise their impressions of #LiNo17
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DNA: Genes, Replication and Modifications
The preliminary programme of the 68th Lindau Meeting is now online.