Núria’s Video Blog Post 2013
In today’s Lindau Video blog, Núria Sancho Oltra of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne explores the many aspects of learning at Lindau – what researchers learn from the Laureates, from each other and what learning at Lindau will mean for their ongoing research. More videos by attendees at the 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting […]
Living in Lindau – Video blogger Núria Sancho Oltra
Soon we will reach the end of our stay in Lindau, where we experienced sunshine and thunderstorms. But the title is not referring to that. The case mentioned in this article deals with a participant, for who Lindau became home over the period of this meeting. But lets start in the beginning. To spread out […]
Edson’s Video Blog Lindau 2013
In today’s Lindau Video Blog, Edson Medeiros Filho of the University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy explores three aspects of the theme “Connect” … learning what “connecting” is all about at Lindau, the best methods to make connections among the researchers and Laureates, and finding out why getting connected is important both in science, and in life.[hr] […]
Crystal’s Video Blog Lindau 2013
When 34 Nobel Laureates come together in Lindau with 625 young researchers from almost 80 countries, the spirit of diversity is everywhere. But are there common threads that bind the Laureates and the hundreds of young scientists from all over the world? In today’s Lindau Video Blog, Crystal Valdez of UCLA went looking for some […]
Sarika’s Video Blog Lindau 2013
How do scientists deal with difficult challenges in research? How do they find the inspiration not only to keep going? How to inspire the next generation? In today’s Lindau Video Blog, Sarika Goel of UC Berkeley, USA, asked Laureates and young researchers what they think.
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 […]
From a small city in India to the big world of science
Sarika Goel grew up in India in a small city called Meerut in the state of Uttar Pradesh. As a curious child she grew to love science and chose to study engineering. After completing undergraduate studies in chemical engineering in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, she joined to the University of California at […]
‘Videos with a personality, flow and message’
After learning about the Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau through an online science video collection, Edson Filho will now be behind the camera making films himself as a video blogger at this year’s meeting. His path to this point — like his research in sport and exercise psychology — can be summed up in a […]
‘Create an international network’
Crystal Valdez is part of this year’s official video blog team – and as a talented researcher one out of more than 600 young researchers who will attend the 63rd Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau. Actually she is a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the chemistry & biochemistry department. […]
Explaining what it is like to be a woman in a man’s world (physics)!
Ghada Bassioni of Cairo, Egypt takes on the question of women in “the man’s world” of science. Ghada shows how women are breaking gender stereotypes in Egypt, and gets ideas on women in science from Lindau researchers, Germany’s federal education minister Annette Schavan, and the Countess Bernadotte at Lindau.
What science and research are achieving in developing countries
In his Lindau Video Diary, India’s P.H. Reddy shows fellow American and Chinese researchers at Lindau around his lab in India, and interviews leading scientists at Hyderabad University about what they believe science and research could and has achieved in developing countries.
Science, society and why it is important to communicate that at Lindau
Young researchers and Nobel Laureates are trained to deal in complexity inside the world of science. But what responsibility do scientists and researchers have to explain what they are working on, and what they believe in to people outside science? Do scientists, as members of the society, have an obligation