Today marked the first day of the scientific programme of the Online Science Days 2020. It was an inspiring day with fascinating discussions – this short recap can only give you a glimpse of everything that happened.
Quote of the Day
“Science has no bounndaries, whether national, ethnic, gender or racial!”
Barry C. Barish
Picture of the Day
Countess Bettina Bernadotte delivering her opening speech.
Comment of the Day
“This panel and discussion has been excellent, as a young scientist who happens to be a Black woman in the US. I feel like science has been discouraging to people who look like me, and I think discussions like these need to be more frequent and need to be followed by action.”
Blog Post of the Day
In our blog post of the day Ben Skuse writes about today’s debate on International Scientific Collaboration. Find out more here.
Tweets of the Day
BM @AnjaKarliczek hat #LINOSD eröffnet: „Die Tagungen d. NobelpreisträgerInnen zeigen, wie wichtig der internationale Austausch in d. Wissenschaft ist. Die Herausforderungen auf der Erde sind so groß, dass wir sie nur in gemeinsamer weltweiter Kraftanstrengung bewältigen können." pic.twitter.com/PVWqqg6N9O
— BMBF (@BMBF_Bund) June 28, 2020
Happy to be part of the @lindaunobel first ever Online Science Days.Though all #LINO70 young scientists would’ve not wished for anything more than being currently in #Lindau , COVID-19 gave us a 1 in a lifetime opportunity of being invited to @lindaunobel for 2 consecutive years. pic.twitter.com/TcggZUSN9n
— د.مروة شمو | Dr. Marwa Shumo (@MarwaShumo) June 28, 2020
— Stephanie Mouchbahani-Constance (@stephaniemouch) June 28, 2020
— Karina Pombo Garcia (@karina_pombo) June 28, 2020
Countess Bernadotte opens the @lindaunobel meeting, first with a pre-video-taped interview and then "live" at the Lindau Harbour, with ships in the background.
The rule is: You can only take part once in a lifetime, unless you are a #Nobel laureate. But this year is an exception! pic.twitter.com/PbSYHaBSnh
— Fabiola H. Gerpott (@FabiolaGerpott) June 28, 2020
Science-based problem solving is an essential part of our Sustainable In a Generation plan. So from June 28-July 1 we’ll be following @Lindaunobel’s #LINOSD talks on how science can be used to tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues. Find out more https://t.co/LWp2Nuswf9 pic.twitter.com/LyanfUPrYr
— Mars, Incorporated (@MarsGlobal) June 27, 2020
Session of the Day
Our session of the day is today’s debate on International Scientific Collaboration.
Figure of the Day
young scientists and young economists were invited to the Online Science Days 2020 as well as to the Lindau Meetings 2021.
Video of the Day
Lindau Guidelines Goal of the Day
Picture/Credit: Patrick Kunkel/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
Outlook on Tomorrow’s Programme
Tomorrow starts with the first complete day of #LINOSD. Monday focuses on the topic that interferes with the daily life of all people around the globe. The programme will discuss the Corona pandemic from a natural science and economic perspective. Additionally, the finalists of the Sciathon will present their projects concerning “Capitalism after Corona”.
Full Programme on science-days.org
Monday, 29 June 2020
06.00 CEST: Debate “Corona – The Role of Science in Times of Crisis”
07.30 CEST: Conversation “Immunity”
08.30 CEST: Conversation “My Brain & Me”
09.30 CEST: Expo & Networking
10.30 CEST: Next Gen Science I
12.30 CEST: Next Gen Science II
13.30 CEST: Expo & Networking
14.30 CEST: Talk “Inequalities and COVID-19”
15.30 CEST: Conversation “Corona: Developing-Country and International Perspectives”
16.30 CEST: Debate “Corona and the Economy: Mitigating the Crisis”