Smart Resettlement: A Refugee Success Story From Rural Australia
#LiNoEcon young economist David Smerdon on the remarkable transformation of the small town of Nhill#LiNoEcon young economist David Smerdon on the remarkable transformation of the small town of Nhill
G’day from down under
This year's Australian delegation introduces itselfThis year's Australian delegation introduces itself
The Ozone Hole Could Become History
The depletion of the ozone layer has been stopped, thanks to concerted international action.The depletion of the ozone layer has been stopped, thanks to concerted international action.
Women in Science: Fixing the Leaking Pipeline
Watch the full video of the Australia-hosted Science Breakfast on women in science that took place this summer during #lnlm14.
Faces – Young Scientist Profile: Dung Doan
Today on Faces – Dung Doan, a Vietnamese young economist tackling diet diversity and gender inequality.
A Sunburnt Country
Yesterday, Australia had the privilege of hosting the International Get-Together. This was a unique opportunity to showcase Australian culture, lifestyle, and of course, science. As an Australian living abroad this was also a chance for me to remember all the things from my home country that I miss.
Daily Recap: 30 June, 2014
In this Daily Recap we take a look back at 30 June, 2014, the second day of the 64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Women to Women: Science and Family
The key to the early child-rearing years is to be well-organized with a laser-like focus.
Faces – Young Scientist Profile: Michael Bergin
This new issue of „Faces“ would be named more properly if it was called „Beards“. It highlights Australian young scientist Michael Bergin.
Expectations: Kirsty Short
In “Expectations” our authors describe their Feelings looking Forward to the Lindau Meeting. In this Edition it’s the turn of guest Blogger Kirsty Short.