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Young Scientist Sara Dumit Earns Back-to-Back Awards for her Interdisciplinary Research

Daniela Thiel

Young Scientist Sara Dumit Earns Back-to-Back Awards for her Interdisciplinary Research

Besides having been selected in 2021 to participate in the 70th and the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings as a young scientist, Sara Dumit has recently received two consecutive prestigious awards for her interdisciplinary research in Health Physics.

Hallmarks of a Nobel Career

Ben Skuse

Hallmarks of a Nobel Career

Nobel Prize winning scientists are often regarded as lone geniuses, born with an insight into the inner workings of nature us mere mortals could never hope to achieve. The truth is far more interesting.

Fighting COVID-19 While Mitigating Global Climate Change

Daniela Thiel

Fighting COVID-19 While Mitigating Global Climate Change

Killing two birds with one stone: fighting COVID-19 while mitigating global climate change

New Approach to Tumour Diseases

Daniela Thiel

New Approach to Tumour Diseases

Charlotte Dahlem, young scientist #LINO70, was awarded for her new approach to cancer therapy.

How Corona Changed My Research – and My Way to Lindau

Khalid El Bairi

How Corona Changed My Research – and My Way to Lindau

Khalid El Bairi explains how the coronavirus has changed its current research. He was invited to the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

Women in Research: Alice Fletcher-Etherington From the United Kingdom

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: Alice Fletcher-Etherington From the United Kingdom

Alice is interested in how viruses interact with host cell intrinsic immune responses.

Support for the Low Carbon Economy

Daniela Thiel

Support for the Low Carbon Economy

Martin Hänsel and Frikk Nesje have published a paper about climate change and economy. Martin will participate in the Meeting 2021 and Frikk was in Lindau in 2017.

Women in Research: Eleni Karatza From Greece

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: Eleni Karatza From Greece

Eleni from Greece listens to what the data have to say.

Women in Research: Katrin Fürsich From Germany

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: Katrin Fürsich From Germany

Katrin focuses on the spectroscopic investigation of quantum materials.

Women in Research: Catarina Esteves From Portugal

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: Catarina Esteves From Portugal

Catarina studies the underlying processes of crystallization or recrystallization.

Women in Research: Mengqiao Du From China

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: Mengqiao Du From China

Mengqiao is a PhD student in the field of economics at University of Mannheim, Business School, Germany.

Women in Research: Mariana De Niz From Mexico

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: Mariana De Niz From Mexico

Mariana is a Human Frontier Science Program postdoctoral fellow at Instituto de Medicina Molecular in Lisbon, Portugal.