Yesterday, the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting started in grand fashion with the festive opening ceremony featuring the entrance of the laureates, German Federal president Joachim Gauck and the welcome address by Countess Bettina Bernadotte. our mediatheque for more. Thoughts on Multidisciplinarity“. It is a real first for our blog to have a Nobel Laureate write an article. A fact we feel very honoured about. Also, Moerner’s article is part of an ongoing public debate on interdisciplinary – it will continue tomorrow with an essay by Nobel laureate Martin Chalfie and on Tuesday with the new edition of our longread series by Jalees Rehman – so stay tuned! Do take a look at even more exciting blog Posts.
Picture of the day:Being the first day of the meeting, our picture of the day is the one of the first official line-up. For even more pictures from the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, past and present, take a look at our Flickr-account.
Tweets of the day:We want to thank all of you who engage with us on Twitter already. Thank you for the excellent job! Here are our tweets of the day:
“#LiNo15 is not for the laureates, it’s for the students, that’s why it’s important” – Nobel Laureate Edmund Fischer.— emma beckett (@synapse101) June 28, 2015
Inspiration is an interdisciplinary act: an interaction of the mind and the heart – President Gauck (FDR) #LiNo15 pic.twitter.com/0x9V7sOM5y — Tendai Gadzikwa (@TendaiGadzikwa) June 28, 2015Last but not least, follow us on Twitter @lindaunobel and keep an eye out for #LiNo15