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Health and Diseases

Medicine: Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

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

Medicine: Andrei Mihai

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

Medicine: Markus Weyrich

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

Life as a Scientist: Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

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

Medicine: Andrei Mihai

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.

Daily Recap – Wednesday, 28 June 2023

Medicine: Markus Weyrich

Daily Recap – Wednesday, 28 June 2023

Day four of #LINO23 began with this years final Science Breakfast on "CRISPR-Cas9: From Lab to Therapeutic Tool." Afterwards, Young Scientists once again had the opportunity to present their research in our Next Gen Science sessions.

The AI Prescription

Medicine: Ben Skuse

The AI Prescription

A hot topic at #LINO23 has been AI, and its potential and pitfalls. Two sessions on Tuesday, 27 June 2023, delved into how AI will transform science and society.

Revisiting Immunity: Challenging and Pioneering Immunological Research at #LINO23

Medicine: Andrei Mihai

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

Medicine: Markus Weyrich

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

Medicine: Hanna Kurlanda-Witek

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

Medicine: Andrei Mihai

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

Medicine: Markus Weyrich

Daily Recap – Monday, 26 June 2023

Today, #LINO23 offered plenty of options for lively exchange, fruitful discussions and fun social events.