Daily Recap – Thursday, 30 June 2022
Today was the last day of #LINO22 in the Inselhalle, as we will head off to Mainau Island tomorrow, where we celebrate the final day of this eventful week. It was full of personal exchange and great scientific programme.
Catalysis Is One of the Most Important Technologies for Mankind – And We’re Just Getting Started With It
The 2021 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry had their Lindau premieres during #LINO22.
The Heidelberg Lecture in Lindau – or Why Mathematics is an Art
To symbolise the bond between them, every year, there's a Heidelberg Lecture in Lindau. This year Efim I. Zelmanov asked why Mathematics is an art.
Artificial Intelligence Meets Real Problems
Artificial intelligence meets real problems – a discussion about understanding, hype, and transparent science.
The Ubiquity of Catalysis
Life itself would not be possible without the biological catalysts known as enzymes. But it's also an important business factor.
Daily Recap – Wednesday, 29 June 2022
Day four of #LINO22: A day full of scientific highlights. Starting with a Science Breakfast and finishing with the Heidelberg Lecture.
Proteins and How to Make Them
In their Agora Talks, Kurt Wüthrich and Venki Ramakrishnan highlighted how the road to a Nobel-winning discovery is not often a straight one.
Women in Research #LINO22: Julia Müller-Hülstede
Julia Müller-Hülstede, postdoctoral researcher at the Institut of Engineering Thermodynamics, deals with the high-temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell.
Daily Recap – Tuesday, 28 June 2022
The 71st Lindau Meeting is fully underway and also the third day of #LINO22 was packed with exiting sessions and opportunities for informal exchange.
A Dash of Physics at the Chemistry Meeting
COVID-19 restrictions were not going to stop Donna Strickland and Brian Schmidt delivering fascinating #LINO22 lectures from the world of physics.
Women in Research #LINO22: Ida Marie Astad Jentoft
Ida from Norway is a PhD student in the Department of Meiosis at the Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences in Göttingen, Germany. She studies a cytoplasmic structure specific to mammalian egg cells called cytoplasmic lattices.
Adversity, Quasicrystals and a Nobel ─ the Forbidden Fivefold Symmetry that Was
The quasicrystal debate: how Nobel Laureate Dan Shechtman fought to prove the existence of the “forbidden symmetry”. This is the perfect outlook for the Wednesday of #LINO22, when Dan Shechtman will give his Agora Talk.