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Women in Research at #LINO19: Laura Pereira Sánchez from Spain

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at #LINO19: Laura Pereira Sánchez from Spain

#LINO19 Lindau Alumna Laura Pereira Sánchez from Spain talks about her career path, her favourite projects and more in this interview with Ulrike Böhm.

Agora Talk with Martinus Veltman: Hiding Infinities

Ben Skuse

Agora Talk with Martinus Veltman: Hiding Infinities

Celebrating 20 years since his Nobel Prize in Physics, Martinus Veltman takes #LINO19 participants on a journey into particle physics’ past.

Does the Rise of Nationalism Threaten Open Scientific Collaboration?

Ben Skuse

Does the Rise of Nationalism Threaten Open Scientific Collaboration?

Participants of the Press Talk at #LINO19 debated how to ensure healthy global scientific collaboration in light of an increasingly insular and nationalistic world.

Women in Research at #LINO19: Savanna Starko from the USA

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at #LINO19: Savanna Starko from the USA

#LINO19 young scientist Savanna Starko interviewed by Ulrike Böhm about her career path, her passion for science, her struggles and successes.

Meeri Kim

Eine neue Generation von Superkollidern

In China und der EU haben Physiker Pläne für neue Supercollider angekündigt, die die Größe, Kraft und Geschwindigkeit des Large Hadron Collider am CERN, in den Schatten stellen würden.

A New Generation of Supercolliders

Meeri Kim

A New Generation of Supercolliders

Physicists in both China and the European Union have announced plans for new supercolliders that will eclipse the size, power, and speed of the world's current leader, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. What lies in store for the next generation of supercolliders?

Basic Research: ‘What Has Physics Ever Done for Us?’

Jude Dineley

Basic Research: ‘What Has Physics Ever Done for Us?’

While the benefits of basic physics research may not always be so obvious, as the seed from which tomorrow’s big technological advances will grow, it must be nurtured.

Grundlagenforschung: Was hat die Physik eigentlich je für uns getan?

Jude Dineley

Grundlagenforschung: Was hat die Physik eigentlich je für uns getan?

Der Nutzen der physikalischen Grundlagenforschung als Keimzelle für die großen technologischen Fortschritte von morgen wird leicht übersehen – doch muss sie nicht gerade deshalb gefördert werden?Der Nutzen der physikalischen Grundlagenforschung als Keimzelle für die großen technologischen Fortschritte von morgen wird leicht übersehen – doch muss sie nicht gerade deshalb gefördert werden?

Wissenschaftliche Zusammenarbeit als Motor für den Frieden

Stephanie Hanel

Wissenschaftliche Zusammenarbeit als Motor für den Frieden

Die Möglichkeiten der Science DiplomacyDie Möglichkeiten der Science Diplomacy

A Driving Force Towards Peace: Scientific Cooperation

Stephanie Hanel

A Driving Force Towards Peace: Scientific Cooperation

The possibilities of science diplomacyThe possibilities of science diplomacy

A Beautiful Quest: The Search for a Unified Theory

Jalees Rehman

A Beautiful Quest: The Search for a Unified Theory

Is the search for a "Theory of Everything" still worth its while or has it turned into a quixotic quest ultimately doing more harm than good?Is the search for a "Theory of Everything" still worth its while or has it turned into a quixotic quest ultimately doing more harm than good?

Searching for SUSY

Allison Reinsvold Hall

Searching for SUSY

American Allison Reinsvold explains how she is searching for the elusive superpartners of elementary particles.American Allison Reinsvold explains how she is searching for the elusive superpartners of elementary particles.