The rise of fake news in addition to the world of politics seem to dominate the world of science also. But what’s the worry about it if there is no science in the daily news?
Fake news is produced using false information, with the goal of sharing Read more [...]
Gender imbalance has been the object of many debates over the years. In this podcast, EuroScientist
asks four Nobel Laureates about their opinion on women in science. It gives an interesting perspective on
the matter. Find out more... Read more [...]
2011 Physics Nobel Laureate Saul Perlmutter is on mission to equip future generations with critical thinking, an approach taken from the scientific toolbox, that can be useful within and outside science, he believes. In this podcast interview with EuroScientist, Perlmutter shares his views on how this can be done. Read more [...]
Building networks is crucial for young scientists at the beginning of their careers. Experienced scientists also play a major role not only as role models but also as mentors and advisers. Building inter-generational connections is what the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings set out to do. Read more [...]