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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…

It’s the second daily dispatch from the 58th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings by Beatrice Lugger, Managing Editor of ScienceBlogs.de. Previous entry here. International Dialogue They come from all over the world to join this meeting and to communicate with each other. And what happens? They stare at their computers, read emails and Skype. But good…

Lindau: Marketplace for the Sciences

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…

These are the stories that defined the past week at our European partner site, ScienceBlogs.de: European Soccer Games Not surprisingly, the 2008 European Football Championship is still topic number one in Europe. The ScienceBloggers are always on the lookout for new scientific studies about soccer. For instance, Frank Abel writes about finding that the temperature…

Check out the top stories of the past week at our European partner site, ScienceBlogs.de: First Meeting of German ScienceBloggers Last Friday the German ScienceBloggers met in Munich in real life. Until the meeting, most of us only knew each other via blog, e-mail or phone. So we enjoyed this opportunity for a personal exchange…

What’s New on ScienceBlogs.de, June 5-11 It’s hot outside. You look like you could use four cool stories that made headlines this week at our European partner site, ScienceBlogs.de: Europe-wide Nuclear Alarm Last Wednesday evening we had to spend some hours knowing that a nuclear radiation alert had been issued throughout Europe. That long Wednesday…

It’s back! Here are the stories that were moving and shaking this week at our European partner site, ScienceBlogs.de: From a Science Museum Basement What do you know about Germany? We wear lederhosen and dirndls, we drink lots of beer…and we have the Deutsches Museum! At the moment huge efforts are going on to modernize…