Published 29 June 2017 by Laura Schönhardt
#LiNo17 Daily Recap – Wednesday, 28 June
With Wednesday ending, we are striding towards the last two days of the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting – but that does most certainly not mean that the next days are getting less exciting than the previous ones. Talking about exciting days, let’s take a look at the highlights of yesterday.
Video of the day:
Yesterday, Nobel Laureates Stefan Hell and Richard R. Schrock discussed “Current and Future Game Changers in Chemistry” with Jörg Huslage from the Corporate Research & Development Department of Volkswagen Group and Siddulu Talapaneni, an Indian Young Scientist from the University of South Australia at the Panel Discussion moderated by Geoffrey Carr, Science Editor from The Economist.
Obviously, this is not the only video from the last days and today! You are more than welcome to browse through our mediatheque for more.
Picture of the day:
Nobel Laureate Ferid Murad enjoying his coffee break while talking to some of the young scientists.
For even more pictures from the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, past and present, take a look at our Flickr account.
Blog of the day:
Focus on Africa: Advancing Science to Advance Humankind – Alaina G. Levine talks with a rising star of Kenyan science, Titus Masese, on the present, presence, and presents of African Science across the globe.
Do take a look at more of our inspring blog posts.
Tweets of the day:
Learning how to tune conditions for imaging with the best possible teacher Stefan W. Hell at #LiNo17 pic.twitter.com/E036nzgGRD
— m.gimenez-marques (@dismonik) 28. Juni 2017
“Science is not an independent entity. It should always be looked at in the context of society” Inspiring talk by Aaron Chiechanover #LiNo17 pic.twitter.com/VSwOEVAxcV
— ZEIT Wissen (@zeitwissen) 28. Juni 2017
Nobel Laureate Dan Shechtman entertains (with science!) at USA academic partner dinner last night. #LiNo17 #LiNo17USA @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/hf3jDjdjF9
— Julie Fenton (@julielfenton) 28. Juni 2017
So kind of Prof. Klitzing to let me hold his Nobel Prize Medal in Physics for discovering the quantized hall effect! #LiNo17 pic.twitter.com/8AGWqLaYkA
— Bryan R. Goldsmith (@BGoldsm) 28. Juni 2017
#MSCA Fellows at the #inspirational #LiNo17 meeting with #NobelLaureate Richard Schrock @MSCActions @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/OdjZ8pueTq
— David Lunn (@lunndavidj) 28. Juni 2017
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Over the course of the next three days, we will keep you updated on the 67th 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.