Die eigentlich dunkle Seite: Warum eine nicht-so-konstante Konstante Dunkle Materie und Dunkle Energie erleuchten konnte
Der Tagungsdienstag war der Astrophysik gewidmet. Neben Vorträgen von Adam Riess und anderen Laureaten gab es eine Podiumsdiskussion zum Thema 'The Dark Side of the Universe'.
The Original Dark Side: Why a Not-So-Constant Constant Could Illuminate Dark Matter and Dark Energy
Nobel Laureate Adam Riess and fellow astrophysicists tackled some of the biggest questions in cosmology on day three of #LINO19.
Die Mainauer Deklaration 2015 zum Klimawandel
Eine Gruppe Nobelpreisträger fordert die Politik auf, sofort Maßnahmen zu ergreifen, um den Ausstoß von Treibhausgasen einzudämmen: über die Mainauer Deklaration 2015 zum KlimawandelEine Gruppe Nobelpreisträger fordert die Politik auf, sofort Maßnahmen zu ergreifen, um den Ausstoß von Treibhausgasen einzudämmen: über die Mainauer Deklaration 2015 zum Klimawandel
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
Daily Recap, Thursday, 2 July 2015
Kailash Satyarthi, Bavarian Evening and more!Kailash Satyarthi, Bavarian Evening and more!
Five questions to a Nobel Laureate: David Gross
This time Akshat Rathi caught David Gross for his interview series.This time Akshat Rathi caught David Gross for his interview series.
Nature Video: The last boson?
Tantalizing glimpses of the Higgs boson have been spotted at CERN. This elusive particle is the last piece of the Standard Model to be confirmed. While at the Lindau meeting, physics Nobel laureates give Nature their views.
Higgs search update: basics and subtleties
I admit to having been skeptical. The Higgs – so what? It’s not like this was unexpected. But the Lindau meeting is a good place to get many different perspectives on the new discovery: watching the CERN press conference, attending Lindau’s own press conference with Carlo Rubbia, David Gross and Martinus Veltman, listening to the […]
Science Master Classes with David Gross at Lindau
Two years ago at Lindau they started a new type of session called Master Class, in analogy with those offered by great masters, invited by the best music schools in the world. In this case it is Nobel laureates that listen and give advice to the select group of students who have come to Lindau. […]
The discovery of the Higgs occupies the minds of everyone in Lindau
Today, 4th of July 2012, has been a very long but exciting day. I was here in Lindau, writing my last blog at one o’clock in the morning, when I received an email from a colleague who warned me of a leak from CERN that appeared in the British newspaper The Telegraph, showing an unauthorized […]
Particle physics Nobel laureates are prepared to receive the Higgs in Lindau
Five minutes before the morning session we see three Nobel laureates – Tini Veltman, Carlo Rubbia and David Gross – moving around eachother next to the stand, preparing their laptops for the presentations, later displayed on the huge screens of Lindau Auditorium. Rubbia seems angry with the others because they are using his Mac connector. […]
Why are Nobel Prizes important?
There is no other prize in the intellectual realm with the prestige of the Nobel Prizes. They also have a visibility that can hardly be compared to any other. But why are they important? What do they contribute to society? In an age in which we are gradually losing whole sets of values, fundamentally humanistic […]