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This post isn’t going to appear weekly anymore—instead, we’ll be posting news from ScienceBlogs.de to Page 3.14 irregularly, as it breaks—but we’re going out with a bang: these four superlative stories that made headlines this week at our European partner site, ScienceBlogs.de. STOP: This Conference is Closed To Journalists The well known stem cell researcher…

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings of 2008 are over, but we are archiving the video interviews that the ScienceBlogs.de team conducted in Lindau with a variety of laureates. Interviewed here is Nobelist Theodor Hänsch, winner of the 2005 Prize in Physics. Onsite Coverage THE 2008 MEETINGS OF NOBEL LAUREATES IN LINDAU Courtesy of scienceblogs.de |…

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings of 2008 are over, but we are archiving the video interviews that the ScienceBlogs.de team conducted in Lindau with a variety of laureates. Interviewed here is Nobelist Peter Grünberg, winner of the 2007 Prize in Physics. Onsite Coverage THE 2008 MEETINGS OF NOBEL LAUREATES IN LINDAU Courtesy of scienceblogs.de |…

The Week at ScienceBlogs.de

Check out the top stories of the past week at our European partner site, ScienceBlogs.de: Homeopathy and Mystical Methods Germany now has its first professor for homeopathy at the Berlin Charité, and the savants argue about the consequences of such an enthronement. Christian argues: “In principle I would hope the new professorship could help to…

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings of 2008 are over, but we are archiving the video interviews that the ScienceBlogs.de team conducted in Lindau with a variety of laureates. Interviewed here is Nobelist Hartmut Michel, who shared with Johann Deisenhofer the 1988 Prize in Chemistry. Onsite Coverage THE 2008 MEETINGS OF NOBEL LAUREATES IN LINDAU Courtesy…

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. Here, Nobelist Johann Deisenhofer (Chemistry, 1988) discusses the work that led to his prize: the discovery of the 3-D structure of a photosynthetic reaction center. Onsite Coverage…

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings of 2008 are over, but we are archiving the video interviews that the ScienceBlogs.de team conducted in Lindau with a variety of laureates. On camera here: Jack Steinberger, winner of the Prize in Physics, 1988. Onsite Coverage THE 2008 MEETINGS OF NOBEL LAUREATES IN LINDAU Courtesy of scienceblogs.de | More…

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 |…

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…