This year’s Nobel Prize in Physics are honouring some of the key pioneers in regard of the research concerning black holes.
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Lindau Alumna Arunima Roy about former and current challenges of science communication.
With the help of an electron microscope, two of the most fundamental processes in chemistry – chemical bonding and crystal formation – have been caught on film for the first time.
How can a technology at least 10 times longer lasting and half as power hungry as its rivals be accused of being eco-unfriendly?
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