Submissions for #LINO19 Poster Sessions and Master Classes

Young scientists in discussion during a Poster Session of the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Photo/Credit: Julia Nimke/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

The submission period for both the Poster Sessions and the Master Classes is now closed. The Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings has received more than 420 applications this year. 135 young scientists have applied for the unique chance to profoundly discuss their research with Nobel Laureates in one of four Master Classes. Out of almost 300 applicants, 30 young scientists will be selected to present their work at the Poster Flashes and Poster Sessions during the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

Both the Master Classes and the Poster Session are established components of the meeting programme as ways to share and support the young scientists’ research. Like last year, the applications will now be pre-evaluated by a group of Lindau Alumni peer reviewers. 

New Series of Mini Lectures on Vaccines

Part three of our series of Mini Lectures describes how vaccines can help the body attack its own infected cells in the fight against cancer.

Our newest, three-part series of Mini Lectures sheds light on the topic vaccines. Learn more about the defense systems of our immune system and how vaccinations help prevent serious illnesses. The short videos also feature clippings from lectures by Nobel Laureates Bruce Beutler, Rolf Zinkernagel and Aaron Ciechanover.


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Online Exhibition: “Once Upon a Try”

The Nobel Lab 360° of Arthur McDonald, 2015 Nobel Laureate in Physics, is part of our exhibition in the project “Once Upon a Try”. Photo/Credit: Volker Steger/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

We are excited to be part of the project “Once Upon a Try” by Google Arts & Culture – the largest online exhibition on scientific inventions and discoveries. Explore our ‘Sketches of Science’, ‘Nobel Heroes’ and the ‘Nobel Labs 360°’ to find out more about the Nobel Laureates and their research and learn more about the history of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.

Young Scientists: Selection Process for #LINO19 Completed

Young scientists at the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting Photo/Credit: Christian Flemming/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

 The Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings sent out the letters of acceptance to 580 outstanding undergraduates, PhD students and post-docs from 88 countries today.

From 30 June to 5 July 2019, the young scientists will come together with 42 Nobel Laureates in Lindau, Germany. This year’s 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting is dedicated to physics; key topics are cosmology, laser physics and gravitational waves.

 

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Virtual Science Trail

On the Virtual Science Trail, user can learn more about the research that led to the Nobel Prizes. © Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

The Lindau Science Trail is now also virtually accessible: An online map guides to the 20 knowledge pylons in Lindau and on Mainau Island that provide profound insights into the groundbreaking research of Nobel Laureates. Panoramic images enriched with multimedia elements ensure an exciting experience. Enjoy the trip on the Virtual Science Trail that has been made possible thanks to the Beisheim Stiftung.

New Collaboration with Graphene Flagship

Nikolaus Turner (right), the organisers of Graphene Study and the happy Poster Session winners: Benedikt Frohn (RWTH Aachen), Piotr Kapuscins (CNRS, France) and Rebekka Garreis (ETH Zürich), © Graphene Flagship

During Graphene Study 2019 in Obergurgl, Austria, the European research initiative Graphene Flagship was presented as a new academic partner of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. The winners of the Poster Award during the event got a Flagship scholarship to attend this year’s Lindau Meeting as visiting scientists. From next year on, the Graphene Flagship will be able to nominate young scientists via the official application and selection process.

Graphene will also be a topic during the Science Breakfast at #LINO19.

Manfred Eigen 1927–2019

Manfred Eigen at the 57th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. © Peter Badge/typos 1 in coop. with Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

The Council and Foundation Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings deeply mourn the loss of Nobel Laureate Manfred Eigen, who sadly passed away on 6 February 2019 at the age of 91. He received the 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for studies of extremely fast chemical reactions.

Manfred Eigen obtained his doctorate from the Georg-August-University of Göttingen in 1951, and joined the Max Planck Institute for Physical Chemistry in 1953. He founded the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen in 1971. 

Manfred Eigen participated in 17 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, most recently in 2010. The Council and Foundation extend their deep sympathies to Prof. Eigen’s family.