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“My best advice: don’t listen to advice.”

Chemistry: Brian Malow

“My best advice: don’t listen to advice.”

Video: Nobel Laureate Ada Yonath speaking with science comedian Brian MalowVideo: Nobel Laureate Ada Yonath speaking with science comedian Brian Malow

Society Needs to Move On from Stereotypical Gender Roles

Chemistry: Ulrike Böhm

Society Needs to Move On from Stereotypical Gender Roles

The #LiNo17 young scietist had to choose between a career in science and a job with more money and stability, but the answer was always clear.The #LiNo17 young scietist had to choose between a career in science and a job with more money and stability, but the answer was always clear.

Spotlight on Women in Research at #LiNo17

Chemistry: Ulrike Böhm

Spotlight on Women in Research at #LiNo17

In this interview series, some of the talented female young scientists of #LiNo17 answer questions about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes and give advice to other women in research. In this interview series, some of the talented female young scientists of #LiNo17 answer questions about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes, and they give advice to other women in research.

Why and How Should We Communicate Economics?

Economic Sciences: Romesh Vaitilingam

Why and How Should We Communicate Economics?

Communicating economics to audiences beyond the ivory tower has never been more vital for policy and public debate – nor have there been more opportunities to reach those wider readerships. This post provides some advice for the younger generation of economists.Communicating economics to audiences beyond the ivory tower has never been more vital for policy and public debate – nor have there been more opportunities to reach those wider readerships. This post provides some advice for the younger generation of economists.

Big Data Analytics Deliver Materials Science Insights

Chemistry: Melissae Fellet

Big Data Analytics Deliver Materials Science Insights

Researchers are using algorithms similar to those that organise our email, photos and online banking to find patterns in chemical data that help with the development of new materials.Researchers are using algorithms similar to those that organise our email, photos and online banking to find patterns in chemical data that help with the development of new materials.

The Impact of Fundamental Science on Researchers and Society

Chemistry: Michael M. Lerch

The Impact of Fundamental Science on Researchers and Society

Basic research fosters critical thinking and creativity in addition to generating knowledge that enables unexpected long-term applications. #LiNo17 young scientist Michael Lerch reflects on the role of fundamental science in shaping individual researchers and society as a whole. Basic research fosters critical thinking and creativity in addition to generating knowledge that enables unexpected long-term applications. #LiNo17 young scientist Michael Lerch reflects on the role of fundamental science in shaping individual researchers and society as a whole.

What If You Could Spend a Week with Nobel Laureates?

Chemistry: Christoph Schumacher

What If You Could Spend a Week with Nobel Laureates?

Young scientist talk about their expectations for #LiNo17Young scientist talk about their expectations for #LiNo17

OPCW: Stopping Chemical Warfare

Science & Society: Susanne Dambeck

OPCW: Stopping Chemical Warfare

Researcher are helping to destroy chemical weapons stockpiles, and they are also looking for new effective treatments.Researcher are helping to destroy chemical weapons stockpiles, and they are also looking for new effective treatments.

Science in Mexico: Long Tradition, Bright Future

Science & Society: Susanne Dambeck

Science in Mexico: Long Tradition, Bright Future

The host of the International Day of #LiNo17 is Mexico – a country with a long tradition of scientific research.The host of the International Day of #LiNo17 is Mexico – a country with a long tradition of scientific research.

After the March: Continuing to Speak up for Science

Science & Society: Melissae Fellet

After the March: Continuing to Speak up for Science

For scientists deciding how to engage with current politics, there are no easy answers. But history can provide some ideas for action. For scientists deciding how to engage with current politics, there are no easy answers. But history can provide some ideas for action.

“Persistence” – #LiNo17 participant Karen Stroobants’ key to success

The Lindau Experience: Ulrike Böhm

“Persistence” – #LiNo17 participant Karen Stroobants’ key to success

Interview with young scientist Karen from Belgium, who is currently doing a Postdoc at the University of Cambridge, UK, and will participate in the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to Chemistry.

Tomas Lindahl and the Surprising Instability of DNA

Research: Susanne Dambeck

Tomas Lindahl and the Surprising Instability of DNA

How a young Swedish researcher changed the way the world thought about DNA.How a young Swedish researcher changed the way the world thought about DNA.