Revisiting Immunity: Challenging and Pioneering Immunological Research at #LINO23
On Monday, 26 June 2023, two sessions focussed on immunology: Rolf Zinkernagel reviewed the current trends in this field, in occasion of the Next Gen Science Sessions, Young Scientists presented their projects regarding that topic.
Daily Recap – Tuesday, 27 June 2023
The 72nd Lindau Meeting is fully underway. The third day of #LINO23 was packed with exiting sessions and opportunities for informal exchange.
Room for Improvement: The Importance of Diversity and Mentoring in Science
The first session at #LINO23 was a panel discussion on a topic that’s been very popular in the last few years, and still generates plenty of debate: diversity in science. This topic was deepened on Monday in an Agora Talk.
Evolution, Editing, and Clicking: Nobel Laureates Unpack the Biochemistry Revolution
On 25 June 2023, Frances Arnold kickstarted an intriguing series about biochemistry and how we can harvest the power of biochemistry for the benefit of mankind. She was followed by Morten Meldal the same day and Emmanuelle Charpentier on Monday.
Daily Recap – Monday, 26 June 2023
Today, #LINO23 offered plenty of options for lively exchange, fruitful discussions and fun social events.
Much More to Explore at the Brain’s Cellular Level
For anyone with an interest in how the cellular inner workings of the brain manifest in our experience of the world, back-to-back morning lectures on Monday, 26 June, from John O'Keefe and Mario Capecchi were the ideal cerebral breakfast. Both gave their first lecture in Lindau.
Daily Recap – Sunday, 25 June 2023
Opening day of the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting: The opening ceremony featured greetings from multiple top-class guests and musical contribution by the Ensemble of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Young Scientists at #LINO23: Ravichandran Rajkumar – Precision Psychiatry
Next Sunday, 25 June 2023, Ravichandran Rajkumar will finally attend the Opening Day of a Lindau Meeting. After being selected in 2020, he had to wait for three years to participate on site in Lindau in the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to Physiology/Medicine as Lindau Alumni of the 70th Meeting conducted online.
Women in Research #LINO23: Birgül Akolpoglu
Birgül Akolpoglu, participant of #LINO23, works in the field of biohybrid microrobots with microalgae and bacteria for targeted drug delivery applications.
Bart de Witte: A Passion for Open-Source Medical AI
Bart de Witte discusses all things of medical AI and offers a glimpse of what’s in store at the #LINO23 Artificial Intelligence and Medicine Panel Discussion, which he will moderate on Tuesday 27 June 2023. An interview conducted by Ben Skuse who will also attend the meeting and report for the Lindau Blog.
In Search of Youthfulness: An Unhelpful Guide to Longevity from a Skeptic
There’s a lot of discussion nowadays about longevity since we hear of famous people trying bizarre lifestyle regimes (cryotherapy, intermittent fasting, electric muscle stimulation, to name a few) in an effort to stay young. Do any of those techniques have a scientific basis and what do the latest ageing research actually say about longevity?
Young Scientists at #LINO23: Kin Israel Notarte – Diving into Virology and Infectious Disease
Kin Israel Notarte will participate in #LINO23. His primary research interests lie in the fields of virology, vaccinology, immunology, and infectious diseases.