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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.

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Grants for Journalists Covering #LINO24

The Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings is awarding travel grants for jounalists who would like to cover the 73rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

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.

Integrating Artificial Intelligence into Healthcare: Ethical Frontiers

Polat Goktas

Integrating Artificial Intelligence into Healthcare: Ethical Frontiers

Lindau Alumnus Polat Goktas participated in the Physics Meeting 2016. Learn more about his experiences in Lindau and his professional odyssey, taking him from Ankara to the corridors of Harvard Medical School, and eventually leading him to the historic beauty of Dublin, focusing on various fields of artificial intelligence.

Fundamental Physics at the Crossroads

Ben Skuse

Fundamental Physics at the Crossroads

The Nobel Prize-winning discovery of the Higgs boson was the end of a clear path towards discovery for the Physics community. How to describe the current situation? What to expect for the future?

Picturing the Heart of Our Galaxy

Ben Skuse

Picturing the Heart of Our Galaxy

Lindau Alumni Anne-Kathrin Baczko and Ziri Younsi played key roles in capturing the image of the Milky Way’s dark heart.

Why the Webb Telescope Will Rewrite the Cosmic History Books

Ben Skuse

Why the Webb Telescope Will Rewrite the Cosmic History Books

The James Webb Space Telescope is expected to shed light on the formation and evolution of galaxies, expose distant habitable worlds and much, much more.  

A Crack in the Foundations of Particle Physics?

Ben Skuse

A Crack in the Foundations of Particle Physics?

The Standard Model of particle physics is under scrutiny. Will it be confirmed or revised? This article gives an overview about the current discussions.

How Nobel-Winning Physics Might Lead To a Green Revolution

Ben Skuse

How Nobel-Winning Physics Might Lead To a Green Revolution

Three ideas from Physics to produce energy in a climate-friendly way.

Tackling Climate Change: Low Hanging Fruit and Hidden Emissions

Neysan Donnelly

Tackling Climate Change: Low Hanging Fruit and Hidden Emissions

What are the most promising strategies to stop climate change?

Arthur Ashkin: Inventor, Innovator and Inspiration

Ben Skuse

Arthur Ashkin: Inventor, Innovator and Inspiration

Arthur Ashkin was 96 years old when he received the Nobel Prize for his discoveries in the field of laser. He died one year ago. Time to reflect his life and work.