News 07/2018 – Highlights of #LINO18

The 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting ended with heartfelt farewells and joyous celebrations. On our blog, meeting participants reflect on their personal highlights:

"I can take away friendships from all over the world, new potential collaborators, an increased sense of responsibility to confront and discuss the most important issues facing our society and confidence that we have young scientists all over the world with the capabilities to address these major issues," writes young scientist Philip Lewis.

You may view more highlights of #LINO18 in our mediatheque. One was without doubt the panel discussion 'Publish or Perish', during which Nobel Laureates, young scientists and publishers discussed the future of scientific publishing. Various other aspects of current publication practices in science are currently being discussed in the media, and many Nobel Laureates are getting involved in the exciting debates.

All the best,

Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
"Educated. Inspired. Connected."

Young scientist Philip Lewis reflects on his personal highlights of #LINO18.

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Publish or Perish

What will the future of scientific publishing look like? At #LINO18, Nobel Laureates, young scientists and publishers discussed current publishing practices.

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