Published 1 July 2020 by Philipp Reichle
#LINOSD Daily Recap – Wednesday, 1 July 2020
Unbelievable that this was already the last day of the Online Science Days – mainly dedicated to discussions on scientific practice and careers in science. The talks by Peace Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi and Literature Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka represented a special highlight and made our last day even more interdisciplinary.
Quotes of the Day
“We have globalised markets and economies, and that’s okay, but this is the time to globalise compassion!“
“If an experiment goes according to your plan, it’s not science“
Sir Konstantin S. Novoselov
“You don’t have to know everything, you just have to know one thing that others didn’t know before”
Picture of the Day
Countess Bettina Bernadotte in the conversation with our dear friend, Nobel Laureate Edmond H. Fischer, in which he commented: “At Lindau, they all speak the language of science“.
Comments of the Day
“I hope to see you in person next year in Lindau”
Ingrid Wünning Tschol
“I think the world would be better if scientists had more kids, but we need to get better at giving people space to start a family without jeopardizing their careers. Because this is what it feels like currently for a female academic (at least for me).”
Blog Post of the Day
Meeri Kim covers among others, today’s talk by Kailash Satyarthi. Find the blog article here.
Tweets of the Day
Science came closer together during the Online Science Days 2020 – despite corona. #LINOSD @lindaunobel https://t.co/nZenWTYv0o
— idw News (@idw_online_en) July 1, 2020
From June 28 to July 1, the scientific world will gather for the Online Science Days 2020 @lindaunobel Nobel Laureates, young scientists and economists and the Lindau alumni from the last 70 years will participate in this interactive space #LINOSD +info: https://t.co/YRVTqaIEy9 pic.twitter.com/y4JNvH8flH
— Columbus Association (@Columbus_1987) June 30, 2020
Amazing scientists gather during #LINOSD to share their experience and motivate us all to do what we love the most! ❤️ Roadblocks are unbelievable, so what are you going to do to attain your dreams, and importantly how will you use your talents to support someone else’s growth? pic.twitter.com/YXqaI9fvIO
— Greta Babakhanova (@Gretik_) July 1, 2020
Today’s debate on careers in academia at #LINOSD @lindaunobel was truly amazing and inspiring! I particularly liked the idea conveyed by Serge Haroche (Physics Nobel Prize 2012): “You don’t need to know everything. You need to know just one thing that no one else knows.” pic.twitter.com/NOhFEZwQiE
— Dr Eugene Sachkou (@DrSachkov) July 1, 2020
Listening to the three brilliant finalist presentations #Sciathon in Lindau Guidelines category @lindaunobel
🤓AuthentiSci: enabling scientists to provide guidance in a post-factual era of media;
👩🏫ANANSIWebinars: global webinar platform;
🤝Lindau Mentor Hub.#LINOSD pic.twitter.com/EERp5OGyQh
— Wenyue Zou (@Dr_WenyueZOU) July 1, 2020
Can't imagine a better #birthday than celebrating it with so many great young #scientists and #NobelLaureates – even if it's only online this year! THANK YOU 😍🎉🎂🥂#LINOSD @lindaunobel pic.twitter.com/sqiReXESjm
— Marie-Luise Hebestreit (@MolekulARIE) July 1, 2020
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Figure of the Day
2,000: More than 2,000 participants followed the Online Science Days on the virtual event platform, the livestream and social media.
Video of the Day
Session of the Day
Our session of the day is today’s debate on the “Lindau Guidelines”.
Lindau Guidelines Goal of the Day
Picture/Credit: Patrick Kunkel/Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
For more information on the Lindau Guidelines check out lindauguidelines.org.