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Nature film from Lindau chronicles the war against cancer

Rewatch this episode of Nature Video’s Lindau Collection 2014 featuring Lorna Stewart following the past, present and future of cancer research.

Christian Schumacher

Nature film from Lindau sheds light on cutting edge drug research

The third movie out of the Nature Video Lindau Collection 2014 has been published. It features Nobel Laureates Martin Evans and Oliver Smithies and examines how the side effects of drugs can be combatted.

Mohit Kumar Jolly

Oliver Smithies: The Origin of Ideas

Professor Oliver Smithies (Nobel Prize in Physiology, 2007) shared the different sources of his ideas in research – good teachers, childhood memories, and overcoming fear.

Beatrice Lugger

The spirit of Lindau: the past, present & future of the meetings

The years following the Second World War were dark days for science in Germany. But in 1951, a light began to glimmer. Two physicians from the island of Lindau, supported by wealthy Swedish count Lennart Bernadotte, established a meeting of Nobel Laureates.

Beatrice Lugger

Sex and stigma – with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi

Françoise Barré-Sinoussi won her Nobel Prize for identifying HIV as the cause of AIDS. The virus is made more dangerous by the social stigmas that surround infection. Young physicist Markita Landry…

Beatrice Lugger

The handedness of life with Jack Szostak

Many molecules are chiral, which means they have two possible forms that are non-superimposable mirror images of each other, just like your left and right hand.

Beatrice Lugger

A meeting of minds: Trailer

This year’s Lindau Meeting gave Nobel Laureates and young scientists from diverse disciplines a rare chance to get together and share experiences. We followed five young students …

Beatrice Lugger

Meeting the ‘systems’ sceptic – with Tim Hunt

Roland Pache is trying to understand complex biological interactions using computer algorithms to hunt for patterns in vast swathes of data.

Akshat Rathi

Turning the Tables: Students take the high seat

Turning the Tables at the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2010 The Nature Publishing Group (NPG) selected six talented young scientists to face five Nobel Laureates in a marvellous event that was very aptly named ‘Turning the Tables’. The aim of the event was to move the focus, for a short time, from the laureates to […]

Lou Woodley

Making Movies – an interview with the Nature film team

In 2008, 2009 and again this year, the Nature podcast and video team have attended the Lindau Nobel Laureates Meetings and produced several short films around them. I talked to Charlotte Stoddart who is the Director and Producer of the films, and Martin Freeth who works with the film crew every year as an Executive […]