Joachim Frank, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2017, shares his personal impressions on the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
While the benefits of basic physics research may not always be so obvious, as the seed from which tomorrow’s big technological advances will grow, it must be nurtured.
150 years ago, Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev presented his periodic table – an outstanding achievement in the history of science.
In an interview, Lindau Alumna Elisabetta Cacace talks about her academic path and gives advices to young female researchers.
80 years ago, the nuclear physicists Lise Meitner and Otto Frisch delivered the physico-theoretical explanation of nuclear fission. Read more about the beginning of the nuclear age.
Nobel Laureate Joachim Frank shares his impressions on #LINO18.
Jude Dineley writes about the benefits of basic physics research.
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