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Women in Research #LINO24: Stefanie Arnold

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINO24: Stefanie Arnold

Stefanie Arnold has specialized in developing advanced battery materials encompassing alloying, conversion, intercalation, composites, and hybrids, primarily focusing on lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries. Her electrochemical investigations extend to applying these materials in desalination processes to generate potable water and mitigate significant environmental challenges. Additionally, she is at the forefront of establishing electrochemical ways to recycle spent lithium-ion batteries to enhance the sustainability of energy storage technologies.

A New Kind of Night Light

Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

A New Kind of Night Light

The effect of bioluminescence, the ability of living organisms to produce light, has long puzzled scientists, among them some Nobel Laureates.

Ingredients for a Career in Science

Kamaljit Moirangthem

Ingredients for a Career in Science

Kamaljit Moirangthem has been living and researching in seven countries so far. He has just started his new position in Bergen, Norway. So, he is quite experienced to talk about mobility and mentoring, and about sustainable food production.

World Tuberculosis Day: A Closer Look at the Challenges in Eradicating TB

Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

World Tuberculosis Day: A Closer Look at the Challenges in Eradicating TB

24 March is the annual World Tuberculosis Day, announced by the WHO. TB is the world’s leading cause of death from infectious disease.

Breaking the Diffraction Limit

Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

Breaking the Diffraction Limit

During an interview in Lindau in occasion of #LINO23, Stefan Hell talked about his past work, how the landscape has changed for young researchers since he started out in science, and why he attends the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings almost every year.

Chemienobelpreis 2023: Entdeckung winziger farbemittierender Punkte

Neysan Donnelly

Chemienobelpreis 2023: Entdeckung winziger farbemittierender Punkte

Klein, aber oho: Quantenpunkte werden verwendet, um die Farben zu verbessern und zu verfeinern, die wir in Fernsehgeräten und in der Beleuchtung sehen können. Der Nobelpreis für Chemie 2023 wird an Moungi G. Bawendi, Louis E. Brus und Aleksey Yekimov für die Entdeckung und Entwicklung dieser Teilchen verliehen.

Addressing Climate Change at the Nexus of Technology, Business, and Policy

Xiangkun (Elvis) Cao

Addressing Climate Change at the Nexus of Technology, Business, and Policy

Climate Change forces humanity to hurry to find solutions to make an impact at scale. Xiangkun (Elvis) Cao, Schmidt Science Fellow at MIT, Activate Fellow, and 2022 Lindau Alumnus, works in the field of carbon management as a component to address climate change.

Enjoy Every Second of the Lindau Meeting!

Qaisar Khan

Enjoy Every Second of the Lindau Meeting!

Qaisar Khan, material researcher at the Department of Chemistry and Centre for Computational and Material Science (CCMS) at the University of Malakand Chakdara, in Pakistan, participated in the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in 2022. Here, he reveals what the recently selected Young Scientist for the 72nd Lindau Meeting may look forward to.

An Unforgettable Eureka Moment – Personal Lindau Impressions of Young Scientist Abdelaziz Gouda

Abdelaziz Gouda

An Unforgettable Eureka Moment – Personal Lindau Impressions of Young Scientist Abdelaziz Gouda

Abdelaziz Gouda who participated in #LINO22 reflects his personal experience of the Lindau Meeting. Find out which moment he will never forget.

With Passion and Dedication – Benjamin List’s Personal Lindau Impressions

Benjamin List

With Passion and Dedication – Benjamin List’s Personal Lindau Impressions

Benjamin List was greatly moved by his first participation in a Lindau Meeting. Afterwards, he shared his thoughts and impressions from his week at Lake Constance.

Science is Our Common Language

Daniela Thiel

Science is Our Common Language

Paola Libertad García Medel participated in #LINO22. Afterwards, she reflected on being a female scientist and her experiences in Lindau in regard on diversity and scientific networks.

The Mystery of Plant Cells

Paola Libertad García Medel

The Mystery of Plant Cells

Lindau Alumna Paola Libertad García Medel explores the DNA replication of plants. Further knowledge about the DNA replication in plants could help to increase food security by improving crops and yields.