Published 1 July 2022 by 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 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 “The Diversity Challenge”, followed by Farewell Adresses by Countess Bettina Bernadotte and State Secretary Andrea Lindlohr. In the afternoon, our traditional Science Picknick was a great possibility to once more feel the Lindau Spirit, despite the poor weather. Eventually, we headed back and said farewell to the Laureates in Bad Schachen before #LINO22 officially ended with our arrival in Lindau.

Quote of the Day

“I’m in love with beauty, with truth, with science, and this meeting combines these things that I love.”

Benjamin List, Nobel Laureate  

Picture of the Day

The dedication of Nobel Laureates to Mainau Island.

Blog Post of the Day

In his lecture, Nobel Laureate Benjamin List emphasised how important catalysis is for our future. Find out more about this fascinating topic and related sessions during #LINO22 in our blog.

Figure of the Day: 251

Added up, all #LINO22 Nobel Laureates have attended 251 Lindau Meetings. We are glad that they have been with us again this year.

Tweets of the Day

Follow us on Twitter @lindaunobel and Instagram @lindaunobel and keep an eye on our social wall particulary as #LINO22 has ended!

Video of the Day

The last session of the scientific programme, our Panel Discussion on “The Diversity Challenge”, was the grand final of #LINO22. 

#LINO22 Throwback

Below you can find all daily recaps of the past week. Additionally, you can refer to our blog to find all posts of the day, as well as additional ones discussing #LINO22 sessions.

Sunday, 26 June 2022 

Monday, 27 June 2022

Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Wednesday, 29 June 2022 

Thursday, 30 June 2022 


Philipp Reichle

Philipp Reichle is part of the communications team of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. He studied Economics, Sociology, and Politics in Friedrichshafen, Odense (DK) and Tübingen and is passionately curious about scientific research as well as science communication.