70 years ago, the founders had a dream – and that dream endures in the scientists and Nobel Laureates of the future.
71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (26 June to 1 July 2022)
Interested in participating in #LINO22 dedicated to Chemistry?
Young scientists studying or performing research in a country where the Lindau Meetings have one or more official academic partners must be nominated by one of these partners. They may request from an academic partner to be nominated.
Please apply via academic partners until 28 October.
The second Online Sciathon organised by the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings was taking place from 10 to 12 September 2021. Lindau Alumni and 2022 young economists were working for 48 hours on their projects. The group members from all around the globe met virtually on a internet platform. On 12 October the winners will be announced.
The anniversary Lindau Meeting #LINO70 took place 27 June – 2 July. The agenda included highly topical scientific issues such as pandemics, climate change, genome editing, dark matter and energy as well as artificial intelligence. Learn more about the interdisciplinary programme of the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting and how to rewatch it in our Mediatheque.
This Topic Cluster explores directed evolution as a method to design proteins for the use in diverse fields with improved functions. With lecture snippets of Nobel Laureates Frances H. Arnold, Sir Richard J. Roberts and Konrad Bloch.
Hamilton O. Smith “Some Thoughts on the Evolution of Proteins”
In his lecture held in Lindau, Hamilton O. Smith presents an overview of the discovery and use of restriction enzymes in the bacteria Hemophilus influenza that allow scientists to cut DNA at a precise point.
This Topic Cluster examines the mind-bending properties of black holes as well as the different techniques for detecting black holes with informing lecture snippets of Physics Nobel Laureates Paul Dirac, Antony Hewish, George Smoot and Reinhard Genzel.