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Science in Mexico: Long Tradition, Bright Future

Susanne Dambeck

Science in Mexico: Long Tradition, Bright Future

The host of the International Day of #LiNo17 is Mexico – a country with a long tradition of scientific research.The host of the International Day of #LiNo17 is Mexico – a country with a long tradition of scientific research.

When Science Is Under Attack…

Ulrike Böhm

When Science Is Under Attack…

Thousands of scientists protested in Washington, DC, and over 600 other cities on six continents on Saturday, 22 April 2017, to voice support for science, with calls for evidence-based public policy and increased funding for scientific research.Thousands of scientists protested in Washington, DC, and over 600 other cities on six continents on Saturday, 22 April 2017, to voice support for science, with calls for evidence-based public policy and increased funding for scientific research.

The Beauty of Natural Differences

Lola Fariñas

The Beauty of Natural Differences

Once biophysicist Lola had made peace with her unruly hair she was ready to do some research.Once biophysicist Lola had made peace with her unruly hair she was ready to do some research.

Why the Paris Climate Summit NEEDS to be a Success

Stephanie Hanel

Why the Paris Climate Summit NEEDS to be a Success

The two-degree target in the field of tension between scientific findings and global policyThe two-degree target in the field of tension between scientific findings and global policy

The Many Lives of Steven Chu

Susanne Dambeck

The Many Lives of Steven Chu

From quantum physics and molecular biology to energy politics and climate change: meet an extraordinary Nobel Laureate.Dieser Nobelpreisträger kennt sich nicht nur in der Quantenphysik aus, sondern kümmert sich auch um Molekularbiologie, Energiepolitik und engagiert sich im Klimaschutz.

Lindau Alumna Anaïs Orsi wins Prix L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science

Max Benatar

Lindau Alumna Anaïs Orsi wins Prix L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science

The French climate scientist talks about her research, role models and life in an arctic camp.The French climate scientist talks about her research, role models and life in the arctic camp.

The Mainau Declaration 2015 on Climate Change

Susanne Dambeck

The Mainau Declaration 2015 on Climate Change

Nobel Laureates urge politicians to implement policies to immediately lower greenhouse gas emissions: about the Mainau Declaration 2015 on Climate ChangeEine Gruppe Nobelpreisträger fordert die Politik auf, sofort Maßnahmen zu ergreifen, um den Ausstoß von Treibhausgasen einzudämmen: über die Mainauer Deklaration 2015 zum Klimawandel

Interdisciplinarity – More than a Buzzword

Mallory Ladd

Interdisciplinarity – More than a Buzzword

Young scientist Mallory Ladd explains why interdisciplinarity should be the weapon of choice in the battle against climate change.Young scientist Mallory Ladd explains why interdisciplinarity should be the weapon of choice in the battle against climate change.

4 Young Scientists and an Important Topic: Climate Change

Stephanie Hanel

4 Young Scientists and an Important Topic: Climate Change

The Catholic Pope and the Young Scientists agree: climate change is our most pressing problem.The Catholic Pope and the Young Scientists agree: climate change is our most pressing problem.

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New Mini Lecture: The Future

What will the future bring? Since the dawn of history this question has excerted an incredible fascination.

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Faces – Young Scientist Profile: Alaa Al Khourdajie

Today on Faces: Alaa Al Khourdajie, participant of #LindauEcon14.

Lou Woodley

Climate change – challenges, concerns and communication

If the first session of plenary lectures focusing on cosmology made us feel somewhat insignificant compared to the huge time scales involved in studying the universe, the second set of talks underlined how dramatic man’s impact on Earth has been and the challenges facing scientists in communicating this.     "The warming of the climate […]