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Women in Research #LINOecon: Katharina Bergant

Economic Sciences: Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINOecon: Katharina Bergant

Katharina, participant of #LINOecon, focusses on capital flows across countries. Learn more about this "woman in research".

Daily Recap – Tuesday, 23 August 2022

Economic Sciences: Annabell Reiß

Daily Recap – Tuesday, 23 August 2022

An eventful opening day of the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences has come to a close: The official Opening Ceremony featured greetings from various top-class guests and was followed by the start of the scientific programme.

Welcome to Lindau – Preparations for #LINOecon

Economic Sciences: Nadine Gärber

Welcome to Lindau – Preparations for #LINOecon

Lindau is excited to finally welcome young economists from all over the world. For an easy start of the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences, we have prepared all information you need in regard of travelling to Lindau and attending the meeting.

Women in Research #LINO22: Nicole Rianne Foster

Chemistry: Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research #LINO22: Nicole Rianne Foster

With her research Nicole Foster develops new approaches to analyse DNA contained within environmental samples such as soil and dust. The scientist from Australia recently participated in #LINO22.

Young Economists at #LINOecon – Shift From Macro to Micro

Economic Sciences: Oluwabunmi Adejumo

Young Economists at #LINOecon – Shift From Macro to Micro

2022 young economist Oluwabunmi Adejumo will participate virtually in #LINOecon. She recently made a shift in her research perspective.

Young Scientist Sara Dumit Earns Back-to-Back Awards for her Interdisciplinary Research

Chemistry: Daniela Thiel

Young Scientist Sara Dumit Earns Back-to-Back Awards for her Interdisciplinary Research

Besides having been selected in 2021 to participate in the 70th and the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings as a young scientist, Sara Dumit has recently received two consecutive prestigious awards for her interdisciplinary research in Health Physics.

Picturing the Heart of Our Galaxy

Physics: Ben Skuse

Picturing the Heart of Our Galaxy

Lindau Alumni Anne-Kathrin Baczko and Ziri Younsi played key roles in capturing the image of the Milky Way’s dark heart.

Mentoring, Publishing Results, and Communication in Science – Workshops on the Lindau Guidelines and the Lindau Mentoring Hub

Chemistry: Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

Mentoring, Publishing Results, and Communication in Science – Workshops on the Lindau Guidelines and the Lindau Mentoring Hub

During #LINO22, two workshops were dedicated to initiatives of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings that were launched in 2020: the Lindau Guidelines and the Lindau Mentoring Hub. What progress has been made by these two recent projects and what do young scientists think about the future directions of these initiatives?

Constellations of Nobel Laureates and Young Scientists

Chemistry: Ben Skuse

Constellations of Nobel Laureates and Young Scientists

Sherlock Holmes and Bavarian beer formed the backdrop for forging new connections and friendships at this year’s Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

The Diversity Challenge

Chemistry: Meeri Kim

The Diversity Challenge

The closing discussion with Nobel Laureate Donna Strickland sparked lively conversation about the importance of diversity for science, different types of diversity, and how those in academic positions of power can improve the participation of underrepresented groups.

Seeing the Invisible, Achieving the Impossible

Chemistry: Meeri Kim

Seeing the Invisible, Achieving the Impossible

The ingredients that produce rapid advances in science often include cognitively diverse teams and a high degree of tenacity from the researchers. Some #LINO22 sessions highlighted excellent examples of such breakthroughs.

Innovative Materials: From Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator to Smart Membranes

Chemistry: Vijay Shankar Balakrishnan

Innovative Materials: From Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator to Smart Membranes

Sir Konstantin showcased how Chemistry progresses in the field of materials science. He showed examples of researchers worldwide working with materials like graphene and regularly identifying exciting phenomena. 40 years ago, Dan Shechtman discovered the quasi-cristalls.