A brief interview with one of the young researchers attending the Lindau Nobel conference – Fenja Schoepke of RWTH Aachen, Germany
A brief interview with one of the young researchers attending the Lindau Nobel conference – Ghada Al-Kadamany from Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany
A brief interview with one of the young people attending the Lindau Nobel conference – Anna-Maria Huber from the Lindau high school
05:25 Solutions und Limitations
06:48 Unexpected Findings or Recognition by Chance
08:52 Open Questions: The Gigaseal
10:32 Current Work: Synaptic Plasticity
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The theoretical physicist Brian D. Josephson votes for staying open minded in doing research. In the interview during the 58th Nobel Laureates Meeting at Lindau he says it is good to follow special target, but one should also be prepared to discover something quite different.
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00:25 Quantum Optics and the Nobel Prize in Physics 2005, 02:12 Bizarre Applications of Strange Phenomena, 04:00 The Los Alamos Project & Building the Bomb, 07:24 The Los Alamos Project & Robert Oppenheimer, 08:59 Styles of Feynman and Schwinger, 11:35 Becoming a Single Father, with JoVe.com, Sponsored by Mars
Fermi was the Greater Hero, 00:23 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1988, 01:01 Implications, 01:44 Mentors – Enrice Fermi and Robert Oppenheimer, 05:26 The Climate – A Global Challenge, 08:14 Alternative Energy Sources, 10:04 Possible Solutions
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Spintronics carry a high potential for findings in the near future which might change our everyday lifes, thinks Peter Gruenberg. In the interview during the 58th Nobel Laureates Meeting at Lindau he raves about the potential realization of spin-current – a sort of flowing magnetism.