The 66th Nobel laureate meeting in Lindau, on Lake Constance: This time it’s devoted to physics. DW talks with quantum physicist Gabriela Barreto Lemos about the magic of the annual event.
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Chemical scientists Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna have been awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their research into genome editing and the discovery of CRISPR-Cas9 "genetic scissors."
Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson have won the Nobel Prize in economics for improving auction theory. The award caps a week of Nobel Prizes, including the awards for medicine, physics, chemistry, literature and peace.
Between the deeply mystifying, intangible stuff — dark energy and dark matter — and the similarly complex, yet tangible findings — exoplanets — 2019's winners bring us ever closer to grasping our place in the universe.
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