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Women in Research at #LINO19: Noelia Fernández from Argentina

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at #LINO19: Noelia Fernández from Argentina

In an interview with Ulrike Böhm, 2019 Lindau Alumna Noelia Fernández from Argentina talks about her scientific path, her struggles and career goals. Enjoy the interview with Noelia!

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2019: What Cells Do When the Air Gets Thin

Neysan Donnelly

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.

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.

The 69th Lindau Meeting: A Lifetime Memory

Forschungszentrum Juelich

The 69th Lindau Meeting: A Lifetime Memory

Young scientists Miriam Menzel and Sven Borghardt reflect on their experiences during the 69th Lindau Meeting.

How Science Can Tackle the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Samer Kurdi

How Science Can Tackle the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

2019 Lindau Alumnus Samer Kurdi writes on what science can do to tackle the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

“A Truly Unique Experience” – Review of #LINO19 by Vanessa Graber

Vanessa Graber

“A Truly Unique Experience” – Review of #LINO19 by Vanessa Graber

#LINO19 young scientist Vanessa Graber summarises her experiences at this year's Lindau Meeting.

Cold Fusion, Polywater & N-Rays: Notable Scientific Blunders Throughout History

Meeri Kim

Cold Fusion, Polywater & N-Rays: Notable Scientific Blunders Throughout History

For his seventh Lindau lecture, Nobel Laureate Dan Shechtman discusses scientific ideas that gained popularity before dying out.

Die Grenzen der Laserintensität neu definieren

Meeri Kim

Die Grenzen der Laserintensität neu definieren

Auftakt des wissenschaftlichen Programms bei #LINO19: Donna Strickland und Gérard Mourou, letztjährige Nobelpreisträger für Physik, über das Bestreben, noch intensivere ultrakurze Laserpulse zu erzeugen.

Interview with Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt

Alaina G. Levine

Interview with Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt

Alaina Levine interviewed Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt in advance of his keynote during the opening ceremony of #LINO19.

Spotlight on Women in Research at #LINO19

Ulrike Böhm

Spotlight on Women in Research at #LINO19

In this interview series, some of the talented female young scientists of #LINO19 answer questions about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes.

LiNo News

69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting Started

On Sunday, the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to physics has been officially opened. For the next five days, 39 Nobel Laureates and 580 international young scientist will gather at Lake Constance to discuss current scientific topics such as laser physics, gravitational waves and dark matter. The Lindau Meeting will close on Friday with […]

Constanze Depp

Lindau Young Scientist Collaboration: A Vision for Life Sciences Publishing

Inspired by discussions at #LINO18, our Alumni Constanze Depp and Philip Lewis have thought of a future concept for publishing in life science.