On the Death of Siegfried Lenz ? ?You have to justify your life?

Siegfried Lenz, one of the great writers of German post-war literature is dead. He died on 7 October 2014, surrounded by his family. He was 88 years old.... more more

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To the Big Bang and back

Wednesday 25 April, 2007

This year scientists will attempt to recreate the Big Bang in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the world's biggest particle physics laboratory on the Swiss-French border. Astrophysicist and author Ulrich Woelk takes us on a literary voyage from Stonehenge to the sub-atomic core.
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Spooky action and beyond

Thursday 16 February, 2006

Viennese physicist Anton Zeilinger thinks about things that are impossible to imagine and so random even God wouldn't understand. His is the world of quantum teleportation. An interview by Mathias Plüss and Regina Hügli (Photo: Jacqueline Godany)
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Einstein's legacy

Tuesday 1 March, 2005

What can we learn from Albert Einstein today? Trust in the free flight of conceptual imagination, mistrust of any kind of authority and knowing when you can safely go to bed. By Yehuda Elkana
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