#LINO23 with focus on Physiology/Medicine: 25–30 June 2023
Accreditation for participation in the Lindau Inselhalle
Programme overview in the Lindau Mediatheque
Public Livestream for selected programme sessions
Media representatives can still register for the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Physiology/Medicine) until 15 June. Just about 40 Nobel Laureates have confirmed their participation in the meeting. They will play a major role in shaping the programme from Sunday, 25 June, to Friday, 30 June 2023, and will exchange ideas with almost 600 Young Scientists representing around 90 nationalities.
The agenda includes current issues such as diversity in science, artificial intelligence in medicine and the impact of climate change on health will be discussed. The Next Gen Science Sessions will give Young Scientists a stage to present their own research.
Structure of the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
The programme starts on Sunday, 25 June at 13.30 hrs CEST, with an opening ceremony and musical accompaniment by an ensemble of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The following reception will provide the first opportunity for Young Scientists from all over the world to exchange ideas with each other and with the Nobel Laureates. At 16.45 hrs, a panel discussion on the topic of diversity in science will kick off the scientific programme – with Martin Chalfie, Emmanuelle Charpentier, Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard and Harold E. Varmus as well as Young Scientists Rasha Shraim und Marwa Shumo.
This will be followed by two eagerly awaited Lindau premieres: Frances H. Arnold, 2018 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry and co-chair of US President Joe Biden's Council of Advisors on Technology and Science, will give her first lecture in Lindau. Finally, Morten Meldal, 2022 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry and 1986 Lindau Alumnus, will bring the opening day to a special close.
On the first evening, media representatives will have the opportunity to get to know other journalists and the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings’ communications team at a press reception.
On the following four days, the Lindau Inselhalle will host a variety of programme formats such as lectures, panel discussions, Agora Talks and Next Gen Science Sessions, supplemented by the popular Science Walks and Laureate Lunches. On the closing day (30 June) with the traditional boat trip to Mainau Island, the topic of “Climate Change and Implications on Health” will be on the agenda.
Accreditation for Media Representatives
To participate in the programme of the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting as a journalist, blogger or science influencer, please register for accreditation on our website until 15 June:
• Participation in most of the programme sessions, including the boat trip to Mainau Island
• Access to the press lounge during the meeting
• Support from the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings’ communications team
• Arrangement of access to Nobel Laureates and Young Scientists from all over the world
Before booking your travel and accommodation, please wait until we have been able to confirm your participation in person.
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings’ communications team is looking forward to working with media from all over the world – finally in Lindau again.
Media representatives who are unable to travel to Lindau may follow selected highlights from the programme in the live stream at lindau-nobel.org. Nearly all programme content will also be successively published in the Lindau Mediatheque.
If you have any questions about the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and our services, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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https://www.lindau-nobel.org/de/media-journalists/ Information for media representatives
https://www.mediatheque.lindau-nobel.org/laureates#d1=2023&yo=1 Participating Laureates
https://www.lindau-nobel.org/live/ Livestream public sessions
https://my.walls.io/r3psv #LINO23 Social media wall
Journalists at the Lindau Meeting
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Criteria of this press release:
Biology, Chemistry, Medicine
Scientific conferences, Transfer of Science or Research
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