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Arthur Ashkin: Inventor, Innovator and Inspiration

Ben Skuse

Arthur Ashkin: Inventor, Innovator and Inspiration

Arthur Ashkin was 96 years old when he received the Nobel Prize for his discoveries in the field of laser. He died one year ago. Time to reflect his life and work.

Topics of the Lindau Online Sciathon 2021

Christoph Schumacher

Topics of the Lindau Online Sciathon 2021

The topics of the Lindau Online Sciathon 2021 are based on the panel discussions of #LINO70.

Hidden Physics Gems at #LINO70

Ben Skuse

Hidden Physics Gems at #LINO70

Several sessions of #LINO70 discussed fundamental questions in Physics.

Young Scientists at #LINO70: Daniel Reiche – Searching the Odd in the Smallest

Daniel Reiche

Young Scientists at #LINO70: Daniel Reiche – Searching the Odd in the Smallest

As a theoretical physicist Daniel deals with questions from basic physics research – which he sometimes even turns upside down.

Lindau Scientists’ Survey: Science From Home

Daniela Thiel

Lindau Scientists’ Survey: Science From Home

Impact of Corona on the working processes in science, results from our COVID-19 Survey.

Lindau Scientists’ Survey: Shift in Research Focus During First Year of the Pandemic

Daniela Thiel

Lindau Scientists’ Survey: Shift in Research Focus During First Year of the Pandemic

Year one of the pandemic: Scientists explain how corona has changed their topic.

Nobel Prize in Physics 2020: Gravity’s Cosmic Crowning Glory – Black Holes

Ben Skuse

Nobel Prize in Physics 2020: Gravity’s Cosmic Crowning Glory – Black Holes

This year’s Nobel Prize in Physics are honouring some of the key pioneers in regard of the research concerning black holes.

The Darkest Secrets of the Universe: 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics

LiNo News

The Darkest Secrets of the Universe: 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics

Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea M. Ghez were awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Women in Research: Katrin Fürsich From Germany

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: Katrin Fürsich From Germany

Katrin focuses on the spectroscopic investigation of quantum materials.

Characterising Exoplanets to Understand the Emergence of Life: CHEOPS

Stefanie Unterguggenberger

Characterising Exoplanets to Understand the Emergence of Life: CHEOPS

ESA recently launched CHEOPS, a satellite mission set to improve our understanding of the formation and evolution of exoplanets.

Women in Research at #LINO19: Julia Healy from South Africa

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at #LINO19: Julia Healy from South Africa

Lindau Alumna Julia Healy talks about her research, commuting between two continents and women in STEM in this interview with Ulrike Böhm.

A Week on Mount Olympus

Gérard Mourou

A Week on Mount Olympus

Gérard Mourou, Nobel Laureate in Physics 2018, reflects on his experiences at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting and shares his impressions on being at the summit of science.