After a week filled with impassionate lectures, insightful discussions and an abundance of scientific exchange we have come to the end of our 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting – before we bid you farewell, take one more look at our highlights from Friday.
Picture of the day:
Young scientist Nataly Naser Al Deen gave a heartfelt farewell speech to all #LINO18 participants.
Photo/Credit: Gero von der Stein/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
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Blog post of the day:
Young scientists attending a Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting frequently ask the laureates for career advice. In her latest blog post Tracing the Beginnings of a Scientific Career, Melissae Fellet describes J. Michael Bishop’s and Harold Varmus’ experiences on career planning.
Harold Varmus J. and Michael Bishop during the #LINO18 Agora Talk. Photo/Credit: Julia Nimke/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
Do take a look at more exciting blog posts.
Tweets of the day:
So honored to win the best poster prize at the Lindau Nobel laureate meeting. Comes with the laureates’ blue ribbon and a Nobel medal (actually a chocolate one!😅). Thanks @lindaunobel and @vfapharma for this amazing opportunity!#LiNo18 pic.twitter.com/7rFwvGSaJI— Mohamed El Brolosy (@MohamedBrolosy) June 29, 2018
Farewells at #LiNo18:— Forough (@foroughkhadem) June 29, 2018
To open minded exchange & making a contribution to the challenges that we all face as as scientific society! THANK YOU to @lindaunobel @umanitoba for this unforgettable experience. Looking forward to the post Lindau Baden-Württemberg meeting :-) pic.twitter.com/rDvwCJN2OU
Video of the day:
A glimpse of the final day of #LINO18 filled with inspiring encounters, fruitful discussions and last but not least a great party.
This was our last Daily Recap. We hope you enjoyed this week as much as we did and felt the Lindau Spirit!
Goodbye Lindau Alumni! Let’s stay connected!