“The laureates enjoyed to reveal a little bit about themselves”
Volker Steger had an unusual idea: he asked Nobel Laureates to draw their respective topics, then he photographed them with their sketches. An exhibition of these remarkable images has already travelled around the world.
Women to Women: Science and Family
The key to the early child-rearing years is to be well-organized with a laser-like focus.
J. Michael Bishop and the Discovery of the first Human Oncogene
At the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting for the first time: John Michael Bishop, who revealed how retroviral cancer genes develop on a molecular level.
From Mice and Fruit Flies Towards Novel Infection Treatment
Susanne Dambeck on the Research of immunologists Bruce Beutler and Jules Hoffman who are both at Lindau for the first time.