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Archives for July, 2008

In this post: the large versions of the Education & Careers and Politics channel photos, comments from readers, and the best posts of the week. Politics. From Flickr, by art_es_anna

Feast your eyes on the top stories of the past week at our European partner site, ScienceBlogs.de: Wrapping Up Lindau Last Friday the Nobel Laureates Meeting at Lindau finished with a nice trip to the Isle of Mainau and a lovely farewell ceremony. Beatrice shows us many images of that beautiful day. During the trip…

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings of 2008 are over, but we’ll be archiving the video interviews that the ScienceBlogs.de team conducted in Lindau with a variety of laureates. On camera here: Brian D. Josephson, winner of the Prize in Physics, 1973. Onsite Coverage THE 2008 MEETINGS OF NOBEL LAUREATES IN LINDAU Courtesy of scienceblogs.de |…

In this post: the large versions of the Environment and Humanities & Social Science channel photos, comments from readers, and the best posts of the week. Environment. A saguaro cactus in the Arizona desert. From Flickr, by .Larry Page

In this post: the large versions of the Life Science and Physical Science channel photos, comments from readers, and the best posts of the week. Life Science. From Flickr, by atomicjeep

The ScienceBlogs.de team interviews Nobel Prize winner Riccardo Giacconi (Physics, 2002) at the Nobel Laureate Meetings in Lindau, Germany, held June 29 through July 4th. In it, Giacconi discusses the discovery of a new class of objects, X-ray stars. Onsite Coverage THE 2008 MEETINGS OF NOBEL LAUREATES IN LINDAU Courtesy of scienceblogs.de | More Coverage…

From June 29th through July 4th, 25 Nobel laureates and over 550 young scientists from all over the world are gathering in Lindau, Germany, at the 58th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. This year’s meeting is dedicated to physics. Beatrice Lugger, managing editor of ScienceBlogs.de, is in Lindau and will be sending her impressions of the…

The ScienceBlogs.de team caught up with Nobel Prize winner Douglas Osheroff (physics, 1996) in Lindau. In the video, he talks about the discovery superfluidity in helium-3—the work that led to his Nobel honor. Onsite Coverage THE 2008 MEETINGS OF NOBEL LAUREATES IN LINDAU Courtesy of scienceblogs.de | More Coverage

From June 29th through July 4th, 25 Nobel laureates and over 550 young scientists from all over the world are gathering in Lindau, Germany, at the 58th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. This year’s meeting is dedicated to physics. Beatrice Lugger, managing editor of ScienceBlogs.de, is in Lindau and will be sending her impressions of the…

From June 29th through July 4th, 25 Nobel laureates and over 550 young scientists from all over the world are gathering in Lindau, Germany, at the 58th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. This year’s meeting is dedicated to physics. Beatrice Lugger, managing editor of ScienceBlogs.de, is in Lindau and will be sending her impressions of the…