Published 4 July 2019 by Isa Fünfhausen
#LINO19 Daily Recap – Wednesday, 3 July 2019
With Wednesday ending, we are striding towards the last two days of the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Let’s take a look at some of yesterday’s highlights!
Quote of the day:
“There are times when science should be the dominant thing in your life – but it shouldn’t be the ‘only’ thing in your life.”
Picture of the day:
Klaus von Klitzing visited the Valentin-Heider-Gymnasium in Lindau to explain his research and discuss with school kids from Switzerland and Germany. There was also time for sharing personal insights as well as talking about ongoing global challenges such as the climate crisis.
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:
At our Science Breakfast, Nobel Laureates Konstantin Novoselov and Klaus von Klitzing discussed what graphene and other 2D materials have to offer. Read the blog post by Andrei Mihai.
Take a look at many more exciting blog posts.
Tweets of the day:
Talking about opportunities at #LINO19 panel at @lindaunobel. Apparently a big key to success is visibility and not just seeking out opportunities, but having them come to you. Guess I need to up my Twitter game! #LindauAussies pic.twitter.com/yLJisrQ5d1
— Samuel Hinton (@samreayh) July 3, 2019
One size fits all: beautiful standard model of particle physics is valid over distances spanning an astonishing SIXTY orders of magnitude. David J Gross on the future of fundamental physics @lindaunobel #LINO19 pic.twitter.com/aMTxAvRwAL
— wiebkejahr (@wiebkejahr) July 3, 2019
Most people would agree that friends are better than enemies, but how many are willing to do the hard work necessary to effect that miraculous transformation? @MartinHellman2 @ #LINO19 pic.twitter.com/vO5qAQnjkZ
— Heidelberg Laureate Forum (@HLForum) July 3, 2019
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Video of the day:
Wednesday’s panel discussion “Student, Postdoc, and Then? – Aiming for a Career in Science” featured Nobel Laureates Donna Strickland, Bill Phillips and Wolfgang Ketterle as well as young scientists Niamh Kavanagh (University College Cork, Ireland) and Maria Żurek (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States of America).
You are more than welcome to browse through our mediatheque for more videos and pictures of #LINO19.
Over the course of the next two 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.