In this interview series, some of the talented female young scientists of #LINO18 answer questions about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes and give advice to other women in research.
Interview series with #LINO18 young scientists
#LINO18 young scientist Enrique Lin Shiao explores how scientific interest in developing countries can be expanded.
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.
For Jean-Pierre Sauvage, novelty, teamwork and adventure drove advances in synthesising molecular chains and knots
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
Turning lifeless matter into moving molecules – Nobel Laureate Ben Feringa gave the first lecture #LiNo17
#LiNo17 participant Il Jeon is developing new materials for solar cells.
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.
How a young Swedish researcher changed the way the world thought about DNA.
How can we overcome one of the biggest challenges facing mankind?
The contributions of the Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences, who passed away in February 2017, span virtually all areas of economic theory.
The Nobel Laureate’s research has revolutionised biophysics, and he also led an exciting life.
How scientists at KIT aim to determine the mass of neutrinos