News 05/2019 – Countdown for #LINO19

In only around four weeks, the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to physics will finally begin. While the countdown is running, the meeting preparations are in full swing. This week, 44 young scientists have been selected to present their research during Master Classes and Poster Sessions. They will get the unique opportunity to receive feedback on their work by Nobel Laureates and other meeting participants.

In anticipation of the meeting, we are delighted to present new content on our website. A Mini Lecture on 'Light and Optics‘ features some of the Nobel Laureates who will attend this year’s Lindau Meeting. We also shed light on female young scientists at #LINO19 in interviews of the series ‘Women in Research’ on our blog. In addition, we are happy that a ‘Nobel Lab 360°’ of May-Britt and Edvard Moser is now ready to be explored.

All the best,
Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
Mini Lecture: Light and Optics

This Mini Lecture features some of this year's Nobel Laureates such as Serge Haroche, Donna Strickland, Gérard Mourou and Stefan Hell.

» Watch Videos
Interview Series: 'Women in Research' at #LINO19

Female young scientists at #LINO19 talk about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes.

» Read Blog Post
Nobel Lab 360°: May-Britt and Edvard Moser

In this virtual tour, the two laureates invite us to their laboratory where they investigate how our brain creates time and location.

» Explore Nobel Lab
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