Lindau at Lake Constance hosts the annual Nobel laureate meeting. In addition some 500 young students from all over the world can listen to the Laureatesâ€™ lectures and to engage in discussions with them. Not invited? There are some excellent interviews available (for 2003-2005 but we are all waiting for 2006).
Interested in the history of DNA discovery? There is a wonderful Linus Pauling website that has it all: A wealth of primary sources – over three hundred letters, manuscripts, photographs, published papers, audio-visual snippets and more – provide an important scholarly perspective on the DNA story. Yea, yea.