64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Medicine/Physiology

 

The multi-stage selection process has just been finished: Approximately 600 aspiring young researchers representing almost 80 countries will be taking part in the 64th Lindau Meeting. So far, 37 Nobel Laureates have announced their participation. Read more...

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What do the Nobel Laureates' labs look like? What do they do there? Here is your chance to find out. Learn more about their research and the people behind the science. 

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Photo Sessions with Nobel Laureates  

 

The exhibition is a display of 50 portraits of Nobel Laureates shot by German photographer Volker Steger, complemented by interviews and presentations of the Nobel Laureates and their discoveries. Read more...

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The 2014 Lindau Meetings    

 

64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

29 June - 4 July 2014  

dedicated to Physiology or Medicine  

 

At the 64th Lindau Meeting 30-40 Nobel Laureates are expected to meet with around 600 young researchers to share their knowledge, establish new contacts and discuss relevant topics such as global health, the challenges to medical care in developing countries or future research approaches to medicine.  

 

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5th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences

19-23 August 2014

Lindau Meeting of the Laureates of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel

 

The 5th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences will provide an open exchange of economic expertise and inspire cross-cultural and inter-generational encounters among economists from all over the world. 

 

Please find further information on the 5th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences here.    

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The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

 

The annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings provide a globally recognised forum for the transfer of knowledge between generations of scientists. They inspire and motivate Nobel Laureates and international "best talents". Lectures of Nobel Laureates reflect current scientific topics and present relevant fields of research of the future. In panel discussions, seminars and during the various events of the social programme, young researchers nominated by a worldwide network of academic partners interact with Nobel Laureates. The meetings of Nobel Laureates in chemistry, physiology or medicine and in physics have been held since 1951. Since 2004, meetings with the Laureates of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel have also been held at Lake Constance. The Lindau Dialogue is given extra impulse every three years by the interdisciplinary conferences. 

 

It has only been possible to turn the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and their vision into a reality thanks to the active support of Nobel Laureates. Through their numerous interactions with young researchers and their lectures and seminars in Lindau, these outstanding scientists make these unique meetings possible. More than 270 Nobel Laureates express their support for the Lindau Meetings through their membership of the Founders Assembly of the foundation.

 

Laureates from the respective fields of science are invited to the Lindau Meetings on physiology or medicine, physics, chemistry and the economic sciences. Every year, between 20 and 40 Nobel Laureates spend a week in the Lake Constance area to meet the next generation of leading scientists. The special character of the Lindau Meetings is shaped by the fact that the Nobel Laureates can freely choose the topics of their lectures which range from retrospective to current cutting-edge, prospective to visionary. The Laureates hold these lectures in the mornings during the conference. The afternoons are reserved for discussions among the Laureates and between them and the young researchers. During other events of the social programme and on the joint trip to Mainau Island, the Laureates willingly talk about their own work and current scientific topics.

 

The Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and the Foundation Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings organise the annual meetings on an honorary basis. Together, they work for the “Mission Education”. The foundation was established in the year 2000 by the council and the Bernadotte family on the initiative of a group of Nobel Laureates. Joint initiatives regarding the advancement of the Lindau Meetings and the establishment of an international network of academic partners are key priorities. The foundation regards its task as to provide sustainable funding for Nobel Laureate Meetings in the future through an endowment. Meanwhile the foundation conducts outreach projects to safeguard the annual funding. More than 270 Nobel Laureates are members of the Founders Assembly of the foundation and demonstrate through their membership and their participation in the Lindau Dialogue their support for the principle of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. Dignitaries of science, politics and industry have been inducted into the foundation’s Honorary Senate in recognition of the special commitment they have shown towards scientific excellence and the promotion of young researchers.

The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings are extremely important to pass the torch, and excite the next generation of scientists , and we should all help to be always first class and to keep the impact on our youth intact.
Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, Texas A&M University

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