The 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings take place annually, with alternating disciplinary foci. Every three years, the additional Lindau Meeting for Economic Sciences takes place.
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings celebrated their 70th anniversary meeting in 2021, which took place as an online event.
More than 70 Nobel Laureates from the disciplines of Physics, Chemistry as well as Physiology or Medicine contributed to the programme. They shaped the nearly 70-hour programme from Sunday, 27 June, to Friday, 2 July 2021, and exchanged thoughts with more than 600 young scientists from around the world.
The agenda included highly topical scientific issues such as pandemics, climate change, genome editing, dark matter and energy as well as artificial intelligence – all with relevance for socio-political questions, just like the fundamental questions of trust in science as well as the concept of open science.
The programme of the 70th Lindau Meeting included these formats:
- Agora Talks
- Open Exchanges
- Panel Discussions
- Partner Events & Science Breakfasts
- Life Lectures
The 70th Lindau Meeting in our mediatheque
Additional formats will be possible at the 71st Lindau Meeting and in the following years, when all participants will get the chance to be on-site in Lindau again.
- Master Classes
- Poster Sessions
- Science Walks
- Laureate Lunches
Impressions of the 70th Lindau Meeting
The Anniversary Meeting on Twitter
The Programme Formats Explained