Published 1 July 2015 by Max Benatar
Daily Recap, Tuesday, 30 June 2015
Video of the day:
Today’s video of the day is the lecture of Jack Szostak who talked about “The Origins of Cellular Life“.
This is not the only video from today! You are more than welcome to browse through our mediatheque for more.
Blog post of the day:
The importance of venturing beyond is shown in our blog post of the day “Of Polymaths and Multidisciplinarians“. Enjoy reading this interesting Long read.
Do take a look at even more exciting blog posts.
Picture of the day:
Yesterday saw one of the less scientific highlights, the International Get-Together. The great discussions between Nobel Laureates, Young Scientists and guests from Lindau as well as the full moon shimmering above Lake Constance gave the relaxed evening a magical atmosphere.
For even more pictures from the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, past and present, take a look at our Flickr-account.
Tweets of the day:
Again, here are a few tweets that reached us.
“For me and my colleague, it was never work for us, it was all fun” Edmond Fischer #LiNo15 @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/7oEPDtlaNl
— Yağmur (@yagmurkiraz4) June 30, 2015
‘We need more science in politics and less politics in science,’ concludes Roberts #LiNo15
— Matt Gunther (@MattGunther87) June 30, 2015
“I feel like I’ve failed if my students are not better than me” Elizabeth Blackburn, Leadership in Science session @lindaunobel #LiNo15
— IndiaBioScience.org (@IndiaBioScience) June 30, 2015
Awesome afternoon discussion with pioneers of #cancerresearch #Varmus and #Bishop: Smile ! #LiNo15 #womeninscience pic.twitter.com/wY9X2HCaxG
— Minu D. Tizabi (@MinuDTizabi) June 29, 2015
Last but not least, follow us on Twitter @lindaunobel and keep an eye out for #LiNo15