Young Scientists at #LINO23: Ashwin Parchani – Connecting Clinical Medicine and Research
Ashwin Parchani from India will participate in the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. He is looking forward to the opportunity to connect with professionals from all over the world, including fellow Young Scientists and Nobel Laureates. Learn more about his way into research.
Young Scientists at #LINO23: Marianna Kapsetaki – Bridging Science and Art
Marianna Kapsetaki will attend the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. And hopefully collect valuable memories at Lake Constance, a place she has not visited, yet – though touring globally as a classic pianist and scientific speaker. In regard of her research, memorability is one of her main subjects.
How Decades of Research Are Finally Helping Us Understand (and Hopefully, Combat) Hepatitis
Trailblazing scientists have devoted decades to unraveling the origins, transmission methods, and potential means of halting Hepatitis. Their work laid the foundation for creating efficient diagnostic instruments, therapies, and preventative strategies to tackle hepatitis worldwide.
Inside the Brain’s Navigation System: How Nobel Laureates Revealed Its Mysteries
Believe it or not, humans are really good at navigation. That's what enabled us to navigate the world's oceans and landmasses; it allowed us to find our way in vast spaces and create compact, navigable areas such as modern cities. But what gives us this innate navigation ability has eluded scientists for the longest time, and was ultimately awarded a Nobel Prize in 2014.
Nobel Research From 40 Years Ago Shines a Light on 2023’s Financial Crises
The failure of Silicon Valley Bank and Credit Suisse shine a light on the work that was awarded with the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences 2022. Bernanke, Diamond and Dybvig focus on financial crisis and bank runs. Phil Thornton links their research with the current crisis; with quotes of Lindau Alumnus Alexander Gruber.
Qaisar Khan, material researcher at the Department of Chemistry and Centre for Computational and Material Science (CCMS) at the University of Malakand Chakdara, in Pakistan, participated in the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in 2022. Here, he reveals what the recently selected Young Scientist for the 72nd Lindau Meeting may look forward to.
Neurodegenerative diseases are set to become a major challenge in medicine in the near future, as most of these diseases are associated with older age. Recently, several new studies have found that viruses could also be the culprit behind neurodegenerative diseases.
Queuing with Laureates – Personal Lindau Impressions of Young Economist Tumisang Loate-Ntsoko
Tumisang Loate-Ntsoko, a researcher at the University of Pretoria in South Africa presented her findings during #LINOecon. Here, she reflects on the time she spent in Lindau. The final post on the Lindau experiences of Laureates and Young Economists/Scientists.