- The first thought of the day was that Lindau is a very wet place and I should have brought my umbrella (and worn more sensible shoes)!
- Secondly, and perhaps more prefoundly, watching the Nobel Lauretes enter the hall at the opening ceremony I was struck by the dominence of Europeans and North Americans amongst the Lauretes. F
- inally, Hans Rosling’s talk yesterday very elegantly highlighted the fact that Asia currently represents a significant proportion of the world’s population.
Guest Blogger Kirsty Short Shares some of her thoughts on the geography of the Nobel Prize. Yesterday I was struck with what I consider to be 3 important thoughts.