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Eight Lessons from the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Samer Kurdi

Eight Lessons from the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

#LINO19 young scientist Samer Kurdi summarises eight lessons that he learnt during his time in Lindau.

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Peter Grünberg 1939–2018

We mourn the loss of Nobel Laureate Peter Grünberg, who sadly passed away at the age 78 last week. The German physicist received the Nobel Prize in Physics 2007 together with Albert Fert for discovering a new physical effect: Giant Magnetoresistance. He studied in Frankfurt and Darmstadt and carried out research at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, […]

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Peter Grünberg 1939–2018

Wir trauern um Peter Grünberg, der vergangene Woche im Alter von 78 Jahren verstorben ist. Der deutsche Physiker erhielt 2007 den Nobelpreis zusammen mit Albert Fert für die Entdeckung eines neuen physikalischen Effekts: dem GMR-Effekt. Peter Grünberg studierte in Frankfurt und Darmstadt und forschte an der Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Im Jahr 1972 kehrte […]

Great tradition comes with obligations – France as a science nation

Stephanie Hanel

Great tradition comes with obligations – France as a science nation

Seven Nobel Laureates from France are guests at Lindau

Große Tradition verpflichtet – Wissenschaftsland Frankreich

Stephanie Hanel

Große Tradition verpflichtet – Wissenschaftsland Frankreich

Sieben Nobelpreisträger aus Frankreich zu Gast in LindauSieben Nobelpreisträger aus Frankreich zu Gast in Lindau

Linda Moussakova

The Art of the Nobel Prizes

As Nobel Week 2014 is approaching Linda Moussakova shares an overview of the various art projects related to the Nobel Prizes.

Kelly Oakes

Masterclass with Albert Fert: the future of electronics

"From a dream with atoms and spins and electrons dancing around, to a device that we use in our daily life” is how Albert Fert described the link between fundamental physics and its applications. His talk during the Tuesday morning session at Lindau focused on how fundamental research could be spun off into new electronic […]