Published 28 June 2022 by Annabell Reiß
Daily Recap – Tuesday, 28 June 2022
The 71st Lindau Meeting is fully underway and also the third day of #LINO22 was packed with exiting sessions and opportunities for informal exchange. After two fascinating partner breakfasts, the programme continued with lectures and Agora Talks by Nobel Laureates. A special highlight was our Panel Discussion on “Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry” in the afternoon. Laureate Lunches and Open Exchange sessions provided another opportunity for personal dialogue among Nobel Laureates and young scientists. Finally, the day is rounded off by our Grill & Chill.
Quote of the Day
“Science is an international language, and it’s an international language of peace, I believe.”
Aaron Ciechanover, Nobel Laureate
Picture of the Day
Today, Nobel Laureate William G. Kaelin, Jr. gave a glimpse into his scientific life – including this remarkable quote:
Blog Post of the Day
Although the 71stLindau Nobel Laureate Meeting is dedicated to Chemistry, two Physics Laureates, Donna Strickland and Brian P. Schmidt, joined #LINO22 – another manifestation of their deep passion to engage with young scientists.
Tweets of the Day
Great panel discussion about chemistry and nutrition relation hosted by Mars. Insights about the need of novel biomarkers noted by Nobel Laureate Aaron Ciechanover brings consciousness about the urgency in this subject #LINO22 @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/ZvwSJHL8yv
— franc.fel (@francdefel) June 28, 2022
After a great International Get Together (by the UK) yesterday, today started with an exploratory breakfast (@ROLEX) and a mesmerising lecture by Prof. Brian Schmidt @lindaunobel #LINO22 #caves #astronomy pic.twitter.com/kYnFPjMdbL
— Carlijn (@CarlijnvanBeek) June 28, 2022
Meeting friend @Subajitpal after 10 years…🤩 Thanks to @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/ZjMvo1d13z
— Jayeeta Saha (@Jayeeta99388061) June 27, 2022
I have been to about 10 Lindau Meetings in the past few years, and it's still a special feeling to be here. I doubt there is anything quite like it anywhere.#LINO22
— Lars Fischer (@Fischblog) June 28, 2022
A pleasure to meet Prof. Nicolosi (@NicolosiGroup) here in Lindau meeting and have the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful programme that she organized as scientific chairperson together with Wolfgang Lubitz and Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede.#LINO22 @lindaunobel @ABCiencias pic.twitter.com/OxCQKPANqd
— Ariane Schmidt (@arianeeschmidt) June 28, 2022
Great to have lunch with Prof Kurt Wurthrich @lindaunobel #LINO22. Important discussions on academic career prospects, international research experiences and the crazy 💰in publishing. Also a pleasure to present him with a @Science_Academy koala! #LindauAussies #NMRChat @FSR_UWA pic.twitter.com/WCPluZ0PL9
— Neil Robinson (@NJORobinson) June 28, 2022
Earlier today, I spoke to aquaporin co-discoverer Peter Agre about his life, his family (including his suggestion to name his latest grandkid Strontium) and his #ChemNobel. Here's one of my favourite anecdotes from our chat. #LINO22 pic.twitter.com/3JfxWEqwry
— Kat (@Chemistry_Kat) June 28, 2022
This week, Nobel Laureates share ideas and wisdom with young scientists at the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Since 2015, we have partnered this event that fosters intergenerational exchange across cultures and scientific disciplines. #LINO22 #Perpetual pic.twitter.com/6aPUecgegC
— ROLEX (@ROLEX) June 28, 2022
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Video of the Day
Our video of the day showcases the Panel Discussion on “Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry” with the Nobel Laureates Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel as well as the young scientists Paulina Paiz and Neo Neng Kai Nigel.
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.