At #LINO18 Heidelberg Lecture, computer scientist Leslie Valiant described how our current understanding of computation can help advance biology.
The International Day of #LINO19 will be hosted by South Africa. In this interview, Roseanne Diab, Executive Director, Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf), reflects on South Africa’s scientific potential and reveals plans for #LINO19.
Women in research summarise their impressions of #LINO18
In July, Lindau Alumni got together for a special event in Toulouse.
Lindau Alumna Elisabetta Cacace reflects on her takeaway from #LINO18
Radiotherapy and imaging are vital in cancer care, but there is large inequality in access between low-middle and high-income countries. New technologies may improve the situation.
Latin American science is on the move. At #LINO18, Alaina Levine spoke to some outstanding young scientists from the region.
They’ve been the butt of many a science-fiction joke and are incredibly difficult to investigate: neutrinos. Now, a new experiment has begun in south-west Germany to pinpoint their exact mass.
The microfluidic cell culture chips – about the size of a USB stick – could reduce the need for animal experiments.
Few molecular techniques have had such an impact on the scientific community and the public alike as the CRISPR-Cas gene-editing tool. What future diagnostic and medical potential does the tool hold?
How researchers map chromatin’s loops and tangles seeking clues to some of the largest questions in genome biology
Young economist Demelza Hays on the development and mechanics of cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology
Everyone does it, we barely understand it, and as of now, there is no way of stopping it: ageing. What causes our downfall as we get older and can we stop it?
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017 is awarded for the develpment of cryo-EM. Let’s shine the spotlight on the Nobel Laureates.
The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded for discoveries about the circadian clock. Exciting new research based on these findings shows that our inner clock talks to the bacteria in our gut – and that the bacteria talk back.
Applications for young scientists will be accepted 21.09.–18.10.2018
Interview with Professor Roseanne Diab, Executive Officer of ASSAf
Video on #LINO18 and the new meeting venue Inselhalle
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