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A Long Road to Becoming a Chemist

Chemistry: Ana Torres

A Long Road to Becoming a Chemist

Lindau Alumna Ana Torres on the steep path of her career that finally let her to working towards the development of new generation rechargeable batteriesLindau Alumna Ana Torres on the steep path of her career that finally let her to working towards the development of new generation rechargeable batteries

Lessons Learned at the Lindau Meeting

The Lindau Experience: Matías Acosta

Lessons Learned at the Lindau Meeting

Lindau Alumnus Matías Acosta on how scientists can connect with society and the insights gained during #LiNo17.Lindau Alumnus Matías Acosta on how scientists can connect with society and the insights gained during #LiNo17.

Why Every Young Scientist Should Apply for the Lindau Meeting

Chemistry: Ulrike Böhm

Why Every Young Scientist Should Apply for the Lindau Meeting

16 women in research summarise their impressions of #LiNo1716 women in research summarise their impressions of #LiNo17

Some Surprising Words of Wisdom

Chemistry: Karen Stroobants

Some Surprising Words of Wisdom

Lindau Alumna Karen Stroobants from Belgium reflects on the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate MeetingLindau Alumna Karen Stroobants from Belgium reflects on the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Faster Progress for Everyone

Life as a Scientist: Judith M. Reichel

Faster Progress for Everyone

Martin Chalfie is promoting preprint archives for biological research papers that will make new results and findings accessible to a significantly bigger audience much faster.Martin Chalfie is promoting preprint archives for biological research papers that will make new results and findings accessible to a significantly bigger audience much faster.

From Copper Photocatalysts to Chemical Topology

Chemistry: Melissae Fellet

From Copper Photocatalysts to Chemical Topology

For Jean-Pierre Sauvage, novelty, teamwork and adventure drove advances in synthesising molecular chains and knots For Jean-Pierre Sauvage, novelty, teamwork and adventure drove advances in synthesising molecular chains and knots

Sketches of Science

The Lindau Experience: Melissae Fellet

Sketches of Science

When Nobel Laureates come to Lindau, photographer Volker Steger presents each with a surprise task. When Nobel Laureates come to Lindau, photographer Volker Steger presents each with a surprise task.

Focus on Africa: Advancing Science to Advance Humankind

Chemistry: Alaina G. Levine

Focus on Africa: Advancing Science to Advance Humankind

Alaina G. Levine talks with Titus Masese, a rising star Kenyan scientist on the present, presence, and presents of African science across the globeAlaina G. Levine talks with Titus Masese, a rising star Kenyan scientist on the present, presence, and presents of African science across the globe

Chemists Respond to Climate Change with Sustainable Fuel and Chemical Production

Chemistry: Melissae Fellet

Chemists Respond to Climate Change with Sustainable Fuel and Chemical Production

Recycling carbon dioxide to make sustainable fuels and chemicals could change the much-maligned molecule being part of the problem of climate change to being part of the solution Recycling carbon dioxide to make sustainable fuels and chemicals could change the much-maligned molecule being part of the problem of climate change to being part of the solution

Science in a Post-Truth Era

Science & Society: Melissae Fellet

Science in a Post-Truth Era

To combat misinformation, scientists can help non-scientists experience science for themselvesTo combat misinformation, scientists can help non-scientists experience science for themselves

Women Have Unique Qualities That Make Them Great Scientists, Says Hannah Noa Barad

Chemistry: Ulrike Böhm

Women Have Unique Qualities That Make Them Great Scientists, Says Hannah Noa Barad

#LiNo17 young scientist Hannah from Israel on her passion for science and women in research#LiNo17 young scientist Hannah from Israel on her passion for science and women in research

Being a Lecturer in Benin Means Having a Vision, a Clear and Positive Vision of the Future

Chemistry: Victorien Tamègnon Dougnon

Being a Lecturer in Benin Means Having a Vision, a Clear and Positive Vision of the Future

The #LiNo17 young scientist and lecturer Victorien Tamègnon Dougnon wants to support talented female scientists.The #LiNo17 young scientist and lecturer Victorien Tamègnon Dougnon wants to support talented female scientists.