Interview series with #LINO18 young scientists
The scientific community – junior and established scientists alike – must think deeply about how science should be evaluated
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Dr. Raghav Bhargava, a young scientist attending the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2014, is a physician in India. He shares his thoughts on how to …
At the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting for the first time: John Michael Bishop, who revealed how retroviral cancer genes develop on a molecular level.
In our Daily Recap we take a look back at the first day of the 64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
ESA Astronaut Alex Gerst sends a video greeting to Lindau from the ISS.
The city of Lindau’s Lord Mayor Dr. Gerhard Ecker joins our online community to welcome all participants of the 64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Mohit Kumar Jolly on why he is especially looking Forward to the upcoming 64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Attention, it’s a world premier! Today, the first ever Double Helix Special Edition of “Faces” features not only one but two Young Scientists: Meet Adam …
Peruvian Guest Blogger Sofia Espinoza from Yale is making a one time exception and lets her expectations get the best of her.
This new edition of “Faces” Features Renata Gomes from Portugal.
Nadine Gärber, Head of Young Scientist Support, presents the ultimate survival guide to the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.
#LINO18 participant Enrique Lin Shiao on science in developing countries