How can I search the Mediatheque?

You may either use the main “Search” via the link in the top right corner. A full text keyword search is available as well as various filter options. Or you may apply filters to the result list in many contents sections, accessible via the main menu.

How do I use the video functionalities?

The Mediatheque offers different video stream qualities according to the video stream file size, usually in three qualities low, medium and high. The quality levels can be changed by using the settings button in the video player and select the required quality level. Many Mediatheque videos provide subtitles in at least one language – English and/or German are currently available. They can be toggled on and off via the respective button in the video player and the language can be selected in the CONTENT LANGUAGE box below the video. All videos can be embedded or shared in other online channels or on websites and blogs. Just click on the EMBED CODE button in the CITE box on the right website column. You can also easily share a video in all the well-known social networks by clicking on one of the network buttons in the SHARE box on the right side. Note that subtitles and video quality functionalities are fully supported in embedded videos.

How do I quote content?

You can cite content of various categories – videos, Topic Clusters, CVs, abstracts and Nobel Labs 360° – by clicking on the CITE box appearing on the right website column. The required citation line is downloaded in a txt-file.

What licence applies to the Mediatheque material?

For copyright information please have a look at the following document.

  • You may – without any cost – view and use the material.
  • You may show the videos to audiences or use the material publicly, or in schools, but not for commercial purposes.
  • You may distribute it by sharing, embedding or referring to it.
  • You may not distribute it by selling it, or in any commercial way.
  • You may not alter any of the material in any way.
  • You may not claim that it is your material, or deny that it is the material of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.
  • You may not use the material in any way that has a negative effect on or makes a negative statement on the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, or the persons appearing in the material. This includes use of the material in a way that is not good scientific practice.
  • All rights for the material lie with the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.

If you have questions regarding the use of the material, please write to info@lindau-nobel.org.

Is there a privacy policy?

Yes, please follow this link.