A collection of science video interviews with Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry. Chemistry Laureates interviewed include Cornforth, Crutzen, Eigen, Ernst, Klug, Kohn, Heeger, MacDiarmid, MacKinnon, Marcus, Perutz, Rowland, Sanger, Townes, Wütherich.
|Aaron Ciechanover - Science Video Interview||Aaron Klug - Science Video Interview||Alan Heeger - Science Video Interview||Alan MacDiarmid - Science Video Interviw|
|F. Sherwood Rowland - Science Video Interview||Fred Sanger - Science Video Interview||John Cornforth - Science Video Interview||John Walker - Science Video Interview (3 videos)|
|Kurt Wüthrich - Science Video Interview||Manfred Eigen - Science Video Interview||Max Perutz - Science Video Interview||Paul J. Crutzen - Science Video Interview|
|Richard Ernst - Science Video Interview||Richard R. Schrock - Science Video Interview||Robert Curl - Science Video Interview||Roderick MacKinnon - Science Video Interview|
|Rudolph A. Marcus - Science Video Interview||Walter Kohn - Science Video Interview||Yuan T Lee - Science Video Interview|
Each year some thirty or more Nobel laureates come to Lindau to give lectures and interact with about 1000 young scientists from around the world. In any one year the focus is generally on one area eg chemistry, physics, medicine or economics. The informal relaxed atmosphere enables the students to engage the scientists in informed and open-minded interaction. This unique formula attracts many representatives of the media and so encourages a dialogue between the scientific community and the public so contributing effectively to the general understanding of science and technology.