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Don't Lecture Me! - Carl E. Wieman & Active Learning (2019)

What is active learning and how does it work? Is it really better than currently used methods? What are its strengths, what are its weaknesses? To discuss these questions, Carl E. Wieman and several education practitioners and experts met in Lindau during the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. The results are available in this video.

Heidelberg Lecture by Martin E. Hellman (2019)

The Technological Imperative for Ethical Evolution

Françoise Barré-Sinoussi (2015)

Translational Science on Viral Infectious Diseases: From Louis Pasteur to Today

Light and Optics I: What is Light? - Light as Energy (2019)

Learn how light cannot just be seen as colours in a rainbow but also as energy. Learn where light in form of energy is used in our lives and what type of characteristics the different colours have. This is part one of a five-part Mini Lecture series on “Light and Optics”.

Public Lecture by William D. Phillips on "Time, Einstein and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe" (2019)

"Time, Einstein and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe" provides a fun and educational overview on how fundamental research influences our daily life.

Keynote by Brian Schmidt at the Opening Ceremony of #LINO19 (2019)

Big Questions for Society, Big Questions for Research

Vaccines II: Herd Immunity (2019)

This part of our Mini Lecture explains how vaccines protect not only individuals, but entire populations through herd immunity. A historical example is the eradication of smallpox. This is part two of a three-part Mini Lecture series on vaccines.

Roy Glauber (2016)

Some Recollections of the Manhattan Project 1943-1945

Christian de Duve (2011)

The Future of Life

Press Conference Mainau Declaration (2015)

Press Conference Mainau Declaration 2015 with Laureates Brian Schmidt, Steven Chu, David Gross, George Smoot, Peter Doherty

Willy Brandt (1972)

Environmental Protection as an International Mission (German presentation)

Dickinson Richards (1969)

Hippocrates and History