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Physics Will Love You!

Tanvir Islam Rajib

Physics Will Love You!

#LINO19 Alumnus Tanvir Islam Rajib is working in the field of quantum physics at Texas A&M University. Quantum physics and quantum technologies are, among others, key topics of #LINO24.

Women in Research #LINO23: Maria Bartosova

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINO23: Maria Bartosova

We are closing the #LINO23 "Women in Research" series with Maria Bartosova whose research helps children suffering from chronic kidney diseases.

Women in Research #LINO23: Cornelia Schwayer

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINO23: Cornelia Schwayer

Cornelia Schwayer studies the intestinal organoid, a self-organizing system that forms a complex tissue from a single cell, to understand how organs regenerate.

Women in Research #LINO23: Alexia Cosby

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINO23: Alexia Cosby

As a chemist, Alexia Cosby is inspired by the ability to build intricate, complicated compounds from scratch which have incredible powers to image, treat, and irradicate various cancers and diseases.

Women in Research #LINO23: Märit Jensen

Märit Jensen

Women in Research #LINO23: Märit Jensen

Märit Jensen, Lindau Alumna 2023, focuses on imaging-based clinical stroke research and the study of brain reorganisation after stroke and cerebrovascular diseases.

Make a Difference in the World!

Zaynah Dhunny

Make a Difference in the World!

For Zaynah Dhunny, the participation in the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetingwas a milestone that changed her career direction.

Oppenheimer: A Cinematic Journey Through the Lives of Legendary Physicists

Andrei Mihai

Oppenheimer: A Cinematic Journey Through the Lives of Legendary Physicists

One of the most successful movies in 2023 was the biopic "Oppenheimer". A must-seen for everyone interested in Physics. Andrei Mihai presents the leading physicists who are featured in the film.

Women in Research #LINO23: Alexandrina Vasilichi

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINO23: Alexandrina Vasilichi

Alexandrina Vasilichi investigates the computational mechanisms by which interoceptive signals control affective expectations and affective learning processes.

Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine 2023: A New Way of Looking at Vaccines

Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine 2023: A New Way of Looking at Vaccines

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2023 is awarded to Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman who laid the basis for inventing mRNA vaccines. Their research made it possible to develop COVID-19-vaccines quickly.

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2023: Miniscule Colour-Emitting Dots

Neysan Donnelly

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2023: Miniscule Colour-Emitting Dots

Tiny but mighty: Quantum dots are being used to improve and refine the colours that we can see in television sets and in lighting. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2023 is awarded to Moungi G. Bawendi, Louis E. Brus and Aleksey Yekimov for the discovery and development of these particles.

Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences 2023: Uncovering the Key Drivers Behind Gender Differences in Pay and Employment

Phil Thornton

Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences 2023: Uncovering the Key Drivers Behind Gender Differences in Pay and Employment

Claudia Goldin will receive the Economics Prize for her pioneering research that explained why gender differences in earnings and employment rates had changed over time.

Nobel Prize in Physics 2023: From Nought to Three Nobels in a Billion Billion Attoseconds

Ben Skuse

Nobel Prize in Physics 2023: From Nought to Three Nobels in a Billion Billion Attoseconds

Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Krausz and Anne L’Huillier will receive the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics for their contribution to attosecond physics.