We are already four days into #LINO19 and there are so many great pictures, exceptional lectures and thought-provoking blog contributions. For now enjoy some of yesterday’s highlights!
Quote of the day:
“If you like physics and you are lucky, nature may reveal its secrets to you. So let’s enjoy physics!”
Nobel Laureate Takaaki Kajita shares his excitement for physics during the first lecture of the day.
Picture of the day:
Markus Parzefall explains his poster to fellow young scientists during the first Poster Session of #LINO19.
For even more pictures from the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, past and present, take a look at our Flickr account.
Blog post of the day:
In yesterday’s panel discussion ‘The Dark Side of the Universe’, astrophysicists tackled some of the biggest questions in cosmology. Read the blog post by Benjamin Skuse.
Take a look at many more exciting blog posts.
Tweets of the day:
Arthur Mcdonald – Nobel Prize for the discovery of neutrino oscillations, and now looking into direct detection of dark matter with liquid argon – agreed to chat to me about my poster 💯 also told me to send an application through to Queens University 🎓 what a morning! #LiNo19 pic.twitter.com/gBjiwwtlq8
— tanitacreature 🌟🇿🇦🏳️🌈 (@TanitaRH) July 2, 2019
Sometimes the path to discovery isn't short and simple. Joseph H. Taylor gives us a history on the long and tortuous path to gravitational waves. But what amazing results in the end, well worth the century of anticipation! @lindaunobel #LINO19 #LindauAussies pic.twitter.com/c8bUQx7Qz0
— Samuel Hinton (@samreayh) July 2, 2019
— Bereich MN TU Dresden (@TUD_Science) July 2, 2019
Such sound advice- family is more important from Brian Schmidt @cosmicpinot over Australian-hosted @Science_Academy #LindauAussies dinner with the South American young scientists at #LINO19 @FLEETCentre @ResearchRMIT @RMIT @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/zBGq8D5Ugp
— Hareem Khan (@Har33mKhan) July 2, 2019
Video of the day:
Nobel Laureate Adam Riess (Johns Hopkins University, USA) and young scientist Vivien Bonvin (EPF Lausanne, Switzerland) talk about their work and discuss why sometimes the wrong results might be right.
You are more than welcome to browse through our mediatheque for more videos and pictures of #LINO19.
Over the course of the next days, we will keep you updated on the 69th 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.