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The First 24 Hours: Let the Online Science Days 2020 Begin

Fabiola Gerpott

The First 24 Hours: Let the Online Science Days 2020 Begin

Fabiola Gerpott describes her second Lindau experience which takes place online.

Neuroscience: Meeting in the Middle

Ben Skuse

Neuroscience: Meeting in the Middle

Edvard Moser and Erwin Neher chat about their respective top-down and bottom-up approaches to understanding the brain, and how they envisage the next generation of interdisciplinary scientists marrying the two.

Sciathon Winner in “Capitalism after Corona”: Samar Abdelmageed

Ben Skuse

Sciathon Winner in “Capitalism after Corona”: Samar Abdelmageed

Winning Sciathon project team leader Samar Abdelmageed talks about the inspiration behind her project and what it was like to work remotely with bright minds from across the globe in an intense 48 hours.

Global Solutions to Global Problems

Ben Skuse

Global Solutions to Global Problems

Can science live up to its principles of having no boundaries or biases? And is our current level of international cooperation sufficient to deal with global crises? This was the focus of the Debate ‘International Scientific Collaboration’, the first debate at Online Science Days 2020 on Sunday 28 June.

Welcome and Kick-Off to the Online Science Days

LNLMBlogAdmin

Welcome and Kick-Off to the Online Science Days

The speach of Countess Bettina Bernadotte to start the Online Science Days 2020.

Promising Sciathon Results – Finalists for Presentations During #LINOSD Have Been Selected

Stefanie Unterguggenberger

Promising Sciathon Results – Finalists for Presentations During #LINOSD Have Been Selected

  The finalists of the Online Sciathon 2020 have been selected. Today the Jury  has announced the results of the 48-hour scientific competition. The three best project groups from the three subject areas (“Lindau Guidelines”, “Communicating Climate Change”, and “Capitalism after Corona”) have been selected and will present their results live on stage during the […]

Science as a Tool to Unify People: A Lindau Experience

Jaouad Abdouss

Science as a Tool to Unify People: A Lindau Experience

Lindau Alumnus Jaouad Abdouss on his experience at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in 2019

A Week on Mount Olympus

Gérard Mourou

A Week on Mount Olympus

Gérard Mourou, Nobel Laureate in Physics 2018, reflects on his experiences at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting and shares his impressions on being at the summit of science.

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Bürgerfragen und Expertenwissen – Matinee zu den aktuellen Nobelpreisen

Das Jahr 2020 steht für die Lindauer Nobelpreisträgertagungen im Zeichen gleich mehrerer Jubiläen: Bereits zum 70. Mal findet die alljährliche Tagung statt, die Stifterversammlung zählt mittlerweile 350 Nobelpreisträger – und die traditionelle Matinee für Lindauer Bürgerinnen und Bürger findet schon zum zehnten Mal statt: am Sonntag, den 19. Januar 2020, um 11 Uhr im Sparkassensaal […]

The 69th Lindau Meeting: A Lifetime Memory

Forschungszentrum Juelich

The 69th Lindau Meeting: A Lifetime Memory

Young scientists Miriam Menzel and Sven Borghardt reflect on their experiences during the 69th Lindau Meeting.

“An Attitude-Changing Experience”: Reflections on #LINO19

Quest – Science for South Africa

“An Attitude-Changing Experience”: Reflections on #LINO19

Lindau Alumni Katekani Shingange and Francis Otieno talk about their experiences at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

An Abiding Memory – The 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Tarnem Afify

An Abiding Memory – The 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

"Lindau was indeed a unique place for intensive exchange of ideas and memorable personal encounters," reflects Lindau Alumna Tarnem Afify in our blog.