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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.

Insights Into Supramolecular Chemistry and Nanoscale Imaging

Chemistry: Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

Insights Into Supramolecular Chemistry and Nanoscale Imaging

During #LINO22, Jean-Marie Lehn told his audience about the exciting applications of supramolecular chemistry. William E. Moerner explained how revolutions in spatial resolution are changing cellular imaging.

Daily Recap – Friday, 1 July 2022

Chemistry: Philipp Reichle

Daily Recap – Friday, 1 July 2022

After an exciting week full of personal encounters, scientific debates and inspirational talks, the 71st Lindau Meeting has come to an end. The day on Mainau Island rounded off our week.

Chemistry Bonding with Medicine: New Pathways for Prevalent Diseases

Chemistry: Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

Chemistry Bonding with Medicine: New Pathways for Prevalent Diseases

Several sessions of #LINO22 were dedicated to the various field of researching diseases.

“Nobody ever said anything brilliant at breakfast,” until now …

Chemistry: Marianne Lucien

“Nobody ever said anything brilliant at breakfast,” until now …

As the world faces some of its most challenging times, the fate of humankind rests squarely in the hands and scientific advancements of the current and future generations. During #LINO22 young scientists gathered for breakfast to discuss "Scientific Collaborations".

Science’s Reward Structure: the Biggest Threat to Scientific Collaboration?

Chemistry: Ben Skuse

Science’s Reward Structure: the Biggest Threat to Scientific Collaboration?

The important topic science collaboration was discussed on early Wednesday during #LINO22.

Daily Recap – Thursday, 30 June 2022

Chemistry: Annabell Reiß

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

Chemistry: Andrei Mihai

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

Chemistry: Andrei Mihai

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.