Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2019: What Cells Do When the Air Gets Thin
This year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology honours discoveries concerning how cells sense and respond to low oxygen levels. The findings illuminate a fundamental aspect of normal cellular metabolism and have important implications for understanding – and perhaps treating – cancer.
An interactive Map of #LiNo15 Participants
Where do the young scientists come from this year?Where do the young scientists come from this year?
Lindau’s 2013 Video Bloggers
Four young researchers are creating personal video blogs to share their impressions, encounters and experiences at Lindau. In a preview of the week to come, Edson Medeiros Filho, Sarika Goel, Núria Sancho Oltra and Crystal Valdez explain why they think the exchange between cultures and generations is important in science… and what they expect from […]
Doing science in developing and developed countries
In his Lindau Video Diary, Albert Juma of Kenya has shared his experiences about the differences between doing science and research in a developing, and in a developed country, and asks some of the participants at the Lindau Meeting about their views on the subject.
How the Lindau meeting contributes to the celebration of science
Discoveries in science are rarely celebrated on the scale that great art is or major sporting achievements are. Has Einstein’s famous equation E = mc2 received the same amount of attention that the Mona Lisa on display in the Louvre in Paris has? Probably not. And yet, it has contributed a lot more to society. […]