Nobel Laureate Meetings At Lindau

Nobel Laureate Meetings At Lindau

The Nobel Laureate Meetings at Lindau is a scientific conference held yearly in Lindau, Germany, inviting Nobel prize winners to present to and interact with young researchers from all over the world.

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Nobel Laureate Meetings At Lindau - Participants
... Around 20 Nobel Laureates in sciences have participated usually at every disciplinary meeting in the past ... Joint Assemblies gathering all three scientific Nobel disciplines and being organized every fifth year since 2000, about double as many Laureates have participated i.e ... Regarding the decade of Nobel Laureate meetings between 1996–2005, the participating Laureates are named under (4) together with brief comments on their lectures ...

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