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The Beauty of Natural Differences

Research: Lola Fariñas

The Beauty of Natural Differences

Once biophysicist Lola had made peace with her unruly hair she was ready to do some research.Once biophysicist Lola had made peace with her unruly hair she was ready to do some research.

Final Preparations: Lindau calling! (2016)

The Lindau Experience: Nadine Gärber

Final Preparations: Lindau calling! (2016)

The ultimate last-minute guide for your trip to Lindau.The ultimate last-minute guide for your trip to Lindau.

Tamás Vámi interviews Scientific Chairman Lars Bergström

Research: Tamás Vámi

Tamás Vámi interviews Scientific Chairman Lars Bergström

Dark Matter, Dark Energy and the upcoming Lindau Meeting are among the topics discussed in this young scientist vs. scientific chairman interviewDark Matter, Dark Energy and the upcoming Lindau Meeting are among the topics discussed in this young scientist vs. scientific chairman interview

Geniuses are getting older

Science & Society: developer

Geniuses are getting older

Statistically, Nobel Prize-worthy discoveries take place in a much later stage in the life of a scientist today than in the past.Statistically, Nobel Prize-worthy discoveries take place in a much later stage in the life of a scientist today than in the past.

Op-ed: What would the Brexit mean for Science and Research?

Science & Society: Katarzyna Tych

Op-ed: What would the Brexit mean for Science and Research?

Kasia Tych shares her perspective on the upcoming referendum and what it might possibly mean for science.Kasia Tych shares her perspective on the upcoming referendum and what it might possibly mean for science.

Spotlight on Young Women in Physics at Lindau

Science & Society: Ulrike Böhm

Spotlight on Young Women in Physics at Lindau

Who thought physics was a boys' club? Here's the counterproof!Who thought physics was a boys' club? Here's the counterproof!

4 Young Scientists – and the Big Wide World of Physics

The Lindau Experience: Stephanie Hanel

4 Young Scientists – and the Big Wide World of Physics

Gabriela Barreto Lemos, Charlotta Lorenz, Tyler Shendruk und Sidiki Zongo in profilGabriela Barreto Lemos, Charlotta Lorenz, Tyler Shendruk und Sidiki Zongo in profil

Gravitational Waves: The Next Episode

Research: Susanne Dambeck

Gravitational Waves: The Next Episode

After the first successfull detection: How these elusive waves will be chased in the future, and how they will change our understanding of the universe.After the first successfull detection: How these elusive waves will be chased in the future, and how they will change our understanding of the universe.

The Teachings of a Quantum Cat: Quantum Computers and Communication Part 1

Research: Zak Burkley

The Teachings of a Quantum Cat: Quantum Computers and Communication Part 1

Cats in boxes, secret codes and the next generation of high-powered computers - the first part of Zak Burkleys introduction to the world of quantum communication.Cats in boxes, secret codes and the next generation of high-powered computers - the first part of Zak Burkleys introduction to the world of quantum communication.

Organic Electronics: Coming soon to a Farmer’s Market near you?

Research: Rachana Acharya

Organic Electronics: Coming soon to a Farmer’s Market near you?

Young scientist Rachana Acharya on her research in organic electronics.Young scientist Rachana Acharya on her research in organic electronics.

Interparticle Potentials and Supernovae: Windows for Physics beyond the Standard Model?

Research: Pedro Malta

Interparticle Potentials and Supernovae: Windows for Physics beyond the Standard Model?

In his research, Brazilian young scientist Pedro Malta examines the very fabric of the universe and the forces holding it together.In his research, Brazilian young scientist Pedro Malta examines the very fabric of the universe and the forces holding it together.

Vinton Cerf: From Internet to InterPlaNet

Research: Susanne Dambeck

Vinton Cerf: From Internet to InterPlaNet

The Turing Award winner is one of the 'fathers of the internet' with a sixth sense for the unexpected. We're looking forward to his lecture in Lindau next month.The Turing Award winner is one of the 'fathers of the internet' with a sixth sense for the unexpected. We're looking forward to his lecture in Lindau next month.