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.
Higgs boson and CERN stir up excitement at Lindau
The news that scientists at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN have discovered a new particle consistent with the Higgs boson, which may explain how matter attains its mass, excited and energized the Laureates
How my own research was enhanced – Lindau attendee Pascal Neibecker
Germany’s Video Diarist Pascal Niebecker wanted to learn more about enhancing his research, and about leading a life in science at Lindau. In his Video Diary, Pascal talks
Doing science in developing and developed countries
In his Lindau Video Diary, Albert Juma of Kenya has shared his experiences about the differences between doing science and research in a developing, and in a developed country, and asks some of the participants at the Lindau Meeting about their views on the subject.
Casey Schwarz expects to find the roots of her research
“I expect to exchange ideas and perspectives on the most relevant and innovative research in my field.” The USA’s Casey Schwarz, one of this year’s Lindau Nobel Video Diarists, talks about what she hopes to experience at the 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Physics).
Casey Schwarz’ nominator for the Meeting
The University of Central Florida nominated Video Diarist Casey Schwartz to attend the 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Physics). Dr. Elena Flitsiyan of the Department of Physics explains why the interaction between generations of scientists at the Lindau Nobel meeting is important for the University of Central Florida and for young researchers like Casey.
Albert O. Juma thinks meeting Laureates will both be rewarding and challenging
“Meeting the Nobel Laureates will be quite challenging and motivating for me.” 2012 Lindau Nobel Video Diarist Albert Juma of Kenya explains what he’s expecting at the 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Physics).
Albert O. Juma’s nominator for the Meeting
Lindau Video Diarist Albert Juma of Nairobi, Kenya was nominated to attend the 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Physics) by the Helmholtz Centre Berlin. Dr. Thomas Dittrich of the department Heterogeneous Materials Systems explains why the Lindau Nobel meeting is important for the HZB and for young researchers.
Establishing friendships will be very important to P. Harshavardhan Reddy
“I expect to make contact with like-minded researchers and make a lot of friends.” India’s P. Harshavardhan Reddy, one of this year’s Lindau Nobel Video Diarists, talks about what he hopes to experience at the 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Physics).
P. Harshavardhan Reddy’s nominator for the Meeting
India’s P. Harshavardhan Reddy was nominated to attend the 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Physics) by the University of Hyderabad, supported by The OPEC Fund for International Development and the Department of Science and Technology in India. Prof. D. Narayana Rao explains why the Lindau Nobel meeting is important for the University of Hyderabad and […]
Heather Gray wants to get a feeling for exciting new ideas at Lindau
“I hope to get a feeling for the exciting new ideas that are being discussed.” 2012 Lindau Nobel Video Diarist Heather Gray of South Africa explains what she expects to discover at the 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Physics).