Why Learning Is Child’s Play
Developing brains are designed to learn from the environment and research shows just how adept kids are at extracting knowledge from the world around them. Are our educational systems the best way to support this development?
Women in Research #LINO23: Sanne Boersma
Sanne Boersma hopes to contribute to solving some of the mysteries of our cells and our tissues. Currently, she is very much fascinated by the complicated ‘tug-of-war’ between a virus and the infected tissue during infection.
Women in Research #LINO23: Nabila Ismail
Nabila is very keen on investigating how specific drugs work within the bacteria that causes TB: Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Women in Research #LINO23: Yanira Méndez Gómez
Yanira from Cuba is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. Yanira’s research, which she conducts at Prof. Dr. Gonςalo Bernardes’ group, focuses on the discovery of new multicomponent reactions and their application on protein modification.
Women in Research #LINO23: Flávia Sousa
As a Senior Researcher at the Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, Flávia Sousa's research work has been pioneering regarding the encapsulation of anti-angiogenic monoclonal antibodies and understanding the efficacy in treating glioblastoma by normalizing the tumor vasculature and microenvironment.
Taking Action on Global Health Consequences of Climate Change
At #LINO23, Laureates, Young Scientists and guests aimed to inspire action on climate change and its frightening impact on global health.
Daily Recap – Friday, 30 June 2023
That's a wrap! After an exciting week full of personal encounters, scientific debates and inspirational talks, the 72nd Lindau Meeting has come to an end. The last day started with a boat trip from Lindau to Mainau Island hosted by the State of Baden-Württemberg. On Mainau Island, we had an engaging Panel Discussion on "Climate Change and Implications on Health", followed by farewell Addresses.
Health and Diseases
This year’s Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting is dedicated to Physiology/Medicine, so there was a wealth of topics on health and diseases; from rare diseases to those that often make the headlines.
From Myths to Molecules: Stem cells, CAR-Ts, and an Electric Nose
The Fountain of Youth is probably one of the oldest and most popular myths in human culture. The fountain itself may be a myth, but thanks to research in stem cells and other emerging technologies, some forms of rejuvenation may not be all that far away. At #LINO23, we got a chance to witness how the pioneering work of Nobel Laureates is continued by young researchers,
Daily Recap – Thursday, 29 June 2023
Today was the last day of #LINO23 in the meeting venue Inselhalle, as we will head off to Mainau Island tomorrow, where we celebrate the final day of this eventful week.
Life As a Scientist
At #LINO23, Nobel Laureate Jacques Dubochet spoke about what it means to be a responsible scientist, while Harold Varmus presented his “Ten Axioms for a Life in Science.”
The Language of the Universe: A Journey Into Atomic Structures
Understanding atomic structures serves as a cornerstone of chemistry and biology. This knowledge is important from a practical perspective and has profound implications for various fields, from medicine and materials science to environmental studies and energy production.