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The Nobel-Winning Research That Helped Us Mount an Effective Pandemic Response

Andrei Mihai

The Nobel-Winning Research That Helped Us Mount an Effective Pandemic Response

Within a short period of time several vaccines against COVID-19 have been developed. Based on research that was awarded with the Nobel Prize.

The Many Facets of Biology: How the Study of Life Impacts Antibiotics, Animal Beauty and Drug Design

Meeri Kim

The Many Facets of Biology: How the Study of Life Impacts Antibiotics, Animal Beauty and Drug Design

#LINO70 offered an overview about current research in Biology.

The Molecules That Make Up Our Universe and Ourselves

Meeri Kim

The Molecules That Make Up Our Universe and Ourselves

On Monday, two Nobel Laureates in Chemistry spoke about significant progress made throughout the last four decades by researchers in the field of molecular chemistry.

Gut Microbiome: We Are Not Alone

Meeri Kim

Gut Microbiome: We Are Not Alone

A community of microorganisms is living in our gut and plays an important role for our health.

Lindau Scientists’ Survey: Science From Home

Daniela Thiel

Lindau Scientists’ Survey: Science From Home

Impact of Corona on the working processes in science, results from our COVID-19 Survey.

Lindau Scientists’ Survey: Shift in Research Focus During First Year of the Pandemic

Daniela Thiel

Lindau Scientists’ Survey: Shift in Research Focus During First Year of the Pandemic

Year one of the pandemic: Scientists explain how corona has changed their topic.

Chemie: Von der Natur lernen für eine nachhaltige Zukunft

Andrei Mihai

Chemie: Von der Natur lernen für eine nachhaltige Zukunft

Während #LINOSD diskutierten mehrere Nobelpreisträger in einer Serie von Vorträgen und Debatten über den neuesten Fortschritt und zukünftige Perspektiven, und es gibt sowohl Anlass zur Sorge als auch zur Begeisterung.

How Bacteria and Protein Engineering Could be Harnessed to Tackle our Plastic Problem

Neysan Donnelly

How Bacteria and Protein Engineering Could be Harnessed to Tackle our Plastic Problem

Bacterial enzymes that break down plastic could be a powerful approach for dealing with the scourge of plastic waste.

Future Chemistry: Learning from Nature to Build a Sustainable Future

Andrei Mihai

Future Chemistry: Learning from Nature to Build a Sustainable Future

In a series of lectures and debates at #LINOSD the panels discussed recent progress and future prospects of Chemistry, and there are reasons to be both concerned and excited.

How to Weigh an Atom: Francis W. Aston’s Mass Spectrograph

Jude Dineley

How to Weigh an Atom: Francis W. Aston’s Mass Spectrograph

It’s 100 years since Nobel Laureate Francis W. Aston built his first mass spectrograph - a groundbreaking invention that was to launch the field of mass spectrometry, with applications in science, medicine and beyond.

Modeling Memories and Evolution with Computer Science

Meeri Kim

Modeling Memories and Evolution with Computer Science

At #LINO18 Heidelberg Lecture, computer scientist Leslie Valiant described how our current understanding of computation can help advance biology.

What is Quantum Biology?

Filippo Caruso

What is Quantum Biology?

Filippo Caruso explains his fascinating research field.Filippo Caruso explains his fascinating research field.