Published 30 June 2022 by 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. After an intriguing partner breakfast, the fifth day continued with six lectures of the Laureates. Subsequently, some of the young scientists went to Laureate Lunches, followed by more opportunities for personal encounters in the Open Exchange sessions and Science Walks. In the afternoon, we had two workshops – one on the Lindau Guidelines and the other on Mentoring. The social programme for the night is the Bavarian Evening. We are looking forward to see many participants in their traditional attires.
Quote of the Day
“The amount of stuff which I did wrong was phenomenal.”
Sir Konstantin S. Novoselov, Nobel Laureate
Picture of the Day
Nobel Laureate Ada Yonath last lecture of the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting: Her life lecture entitled “The Everest Beyond the Everest” rounded off the many special lectures of the last few days.
Blog Post of the Day
Yesterday evening, a special lecture took place. Field medalist Efim I. Zelmanov spoke about the beauty in mathematics. Science writer Andrei Mihai outlines in our blog what this lecture was about.
Figure of the Day: 33
We recorded the scientific programme throughout the week and you can find it in our Mediatheque. At the moment, 31 videos have already been uploaded and by tomorrow there will be 33. In case you might have missed something, this is a great opportunity to catch up.
Tweets of the Day
Listening to the Father of Supramolecular Chemistry giving a lecture is always a great pleasure with many learnings #LINO22 pic.twitter.com/w6kXaehOAE
— Qi Zhang 张琦 (@Dr_QiZhang) June 30, 2022
Day 5 at #LINO22 keeps us active. In the first session of lectures we had the brilliants Benjamin List🏅, Stefan W. Hell🏅 and Jean-Marie Lehn🏅guiding us through their exceptional research topics pic.twitter.com/1OY32k9foi
— Franco Della Felice (@francdefel) June 30, 2022
Great talk on #organocatalyst by @ListLaboratory & a quick communication with him abt his #perseverance in #science & #loneliness in deep science is his way for #NobelPrize! @lindaunobel #LINO22 @akademisains pic.twitter.com/HZMDr5eeGF
— gohchoonfu (@gohchoonfu) June 30, 2022
Enjoying the interactions in the meeting with the young scientists and Nobel laureates. Thanks @campusb @malmouni @lindaunobel #grupoB5IDA #organizacioncolumbus pic.twitter.com/wKzlnTpZWn
— Jesus Campos (@jesuschemist21) June 30, 2022
Delighted to represent @VU_LT at the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and meet all these incredible young scientists! @lindaunobel @shpresa_musa @sophbittinger pic.twitter.com/2EfHK8hSnG
— Lukas Naimovičius (@NaimoviciusL) June 30, 2022
Ada Yonath. A brilliant scientist and a wonderful speaker. And sadly the last plenary lecture of #LINO22.#WomenInSTEM #womeninscience pic.twitter.com/WvySnmmWFp
— Miroslav Položij (@polozij) June 30, 2022
Perfect start to the Bavarian Night at #LINO22!:) @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/GjXiDHIUDN
— Leonhard Möckl (@LMoeckl) June 30, 2022
Ada Yonath 👩🔬🤩 very inspiring life lecture #LINO22 @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/SvFZTAVtM7
— Clari Miserendino (@clarimise) June 30, 2022
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Video of the Day
The first lecture of 2021 Nobel Prize winner Benjamin List in Lindau was about “Toward Universal Catalysts for Selective Synthesis”. This highlight is meant to be the video of the day.
Over the course of the next days, we will keep you updated on the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting with our daily recaps. The idea behind it is to bring to you the day’s highlights in a blink of an eye. The daily recaps will feature blog posts, photos and videos from the mediatheque.