63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

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The Nobel Prize discispline of chemistry will be in the focus of the 63rd Lindau Meeting.

35 Nobel Laureates are expected to congregate in Lindau to meet the next generation of leading scientists and researchers. Approximately 550 undergraduate and postgraduate students from all over the globe will get the unique chance to participate in the meeting.

The scientific programme, dedicated to the Nobel Prize discipline of chemistry, will comprise lectures, discussion sessions, master classes and panel discussions. Among the main topics are Green Chemistry as well as biochemical processes and structures.

Nobel Laureates participating in the meeting are:

  • Peter Agre
  • Werner Arber
  • Martin Chalfie
  • Steven Chu
  • Aaron Ciechanover
  • Paul Crutzen
  • Robert Curl Jr.
  • Manfred Eigen
  • Richard Ernst
  • Gerhard Ertl
  • Edmond Fischer
  • Walter Gilbert
  • Robert Grubbs
  • Theodor Hänsch
  • Serge Haroche
  • Harald zur Hausen
  • Avram Hershko
  • Robert Huber
  • Brian Kobilka
  • Walter Kohn
  • Sir Harold W. Kroto
  • Jean-Marie Lehn
  • Rudolph Marcus
  • Hartmut Michel
  • Mario Molina
  • K. Alex Müller
  • Erwin Neher
  • José Ramos-Horta
  • Richard Schrock
  • Osamu Shimomura
  • Akira Suzuki
  • John Walker
  • David Wineland
  • Kurt Wüthrich
  • Ada Yonath

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