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Chemists Respond to Climate Change with Sustainable Fuel and Chemical Production

Melissae Fellet

Chemists Respond to Climate Change with Sustainable Fuel and Chemical Production

Recycling carbon dioxide to make sustainable fuels and chemicals could change the much-maligned molecule being part of the problem of climate change to being part of the solution Recycling carbon dioxide to make sustainable fuels and chemicals could change the much-maligned molecule being part of the problem of climate change to being part of the solution

#LiNo17 Daily Recap – Monday, 26 June 2017

Laura Schönhardt

#LiNo17 Daily Recap – Monday, 26 June 2017

Yesterday, the scientific programme of the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting commenced. It was a fantastic day full of science and exchange – this short recap can only give you a glimpse of everything that happened, but for us the following are our personal highlights!   Video of the day: The first of today´s many […]

“Wir sind nur wegen Euch hier” – Martin Chalfie

Judith M. Reichel

“Wir sind nur wegen Euch hier” – Martin Chalfie

Der erste volle Programmtag der Lindauer Nobelpreisträgertagung startet mit blauem Himmel, Nanorobotern von übermorgen, und der Frage nach der richtigen Kommunikation untereinander und mit der Öffentlichkeit. Nach dem großen Sommerfest einschließlich Feuerwerk am Samstagabend, und der feierlichen Eröffnung mit Reden von Bundesforschungsministerin Johanna Wanka, Bettina Gräfin Bernadotte und Steven Chu – gehalten von William Moerner […]

Ben Feringa: die molekularen Maschinen der Zukunft

Susanne Dambeck

Ben Feringa: die molekularen Maschinen der Zukunft

Wie molekulare Materie laufen lernt: Der Chemienobelpreisträger Ben Feringa hält den ersten #LiNo17-VortragWie molekulare Materie laufen lernt: Der Chemienobelpreisträger Ben Feringa hält den ersten #LiNo17-Vortrag

Ben Feringa: Molecular Machines of the Future

Susanne Dambeck

Ben Feringa: Molecular Machines of the Future

Turning lifeless matter into moving molecules - Nobel Laureate Ben Feringa gave the first lecture #LiNo17 Turning lifeless matter into moving molecules - Nobel Laureate Ben Feringa gave the first lecture #LiNo17

The Impact of Fundamental Science on Researchers and Society

Michael M. Lerch

The Impact of Fundamental Science on Researchers and Society

Basic research fosters critical thinking and creativity in addition to generating knowledge that enables unexpected long-term applications. #LiNo17 young scientist Michael Lerch reflects on the role of fundamental science in shaping individual researchers and society as a whole. Basic research fosters critical thinking and creativity in addition to generating knowledge that enables unexpected long-term applications. #LiNo17 young scientist Michael Lerch reflects on the role of fundamental science in shaping individual researchers and society as a whole.

Chemienobelpreis 2016: “Eine neue Art von chemischer Bindung ist extrem selten”

Susanne Dambeck

Chemienobelpreis 2016: “Eine neue Art von chemischer Bindung ist extrem selten”

Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir Fraser Stoddart und Bernard Feringa erhielten den Chemienobelpreis 2016 für die Entwicklung molekularer Maschinen.Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir Fraser Stoddart und Bernard Feringa erhielten den Chemienobelpreis 2016 für die Entwicklung molekularer Maschinen.

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016: “New chemical bonds are few and far between”

Susanne Dambeck

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016: “New chemical bonds are few and far between”

Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa were awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry "for the design and synthesis of molecular machines".Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa were awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry "for the design and synthesis of molecular machines".

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016: The World’s Smallest Machines

Susanne Dambeck

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016: The World’s Smallest Machines

Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa have developed nanoscale molecular machines - that have the potential to revolutionise technology.Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa have developed nanoscale molecular machines - that can revolutionise technology.