The Lindau Blog

Welcome to the new Lindau Blog. It is the central hub for online exchange of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. All social media activities will converge here year-round. Posts deal with global science issues, the latest scientific developments, intriguing personal stories and the interplay between science and society.

Annual Reports

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Communications - 64th Lindau Meeting

Press Releases

4 July

"Conclusion of the 64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting"

"Abschluss der 64. Lindauer Nobelpreisträgertagung" (Deutsch)


30 June

"Progress in the Fight Against Tuberculosis"

"Fortschritte im Kampf gegen Tuberkulose" (Deutsch)

"El progreso en la lucha contra la tuberculosis" (Spanish)


29 June 2014

"Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting Opened"

"Lindauer Nobelpreistrträgertagung eröffnet" (German)

"Inauguración Lindau Meeting" 2014 (Spanish)


27 June 2014

"Global Healthcare is a Labour of Hercules - An Appeal to Up-And-Coming Young Scientists"

"Herkulesaufgabe Weltgesundheit - Nachwuchsforscher gefragt" (German)

"La salud del mundo es una tarea titánica" (Spanish)


7 March 2014

"600 Young Participants Selected" 

"600 junge Teilnehmer ausgewählt" (German)

"Seleccionados 600 jovenes participantes" (Spanish)

"600 participants sélectionnés" (French)



Full Programme

Programme Structure

At a Glance

Auf einen Blick (German)


Participant Directory

Participant Directory


Background Information

Laureates - Researcher Profiles

Laureaten - Forscherprofile (German)

Key Topics

Schlüsselthemen (German)




Opening Speech delivered by Countess Bettina Bernadotte af Wisborg











Social Media

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Participating for the first time in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting was a fantastic experience. The very nice and fruitful exchanges I had with young scientists from all around the world, their perception of research careers, motivations and expectations truly enriched my own vision on the actual evolution of science in the context of a globalized world.
Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine (2008)