67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Jun 26, 2017

23 young Indian researchers are attending the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to chemistry from 25-30th June 2017.

Dietrich Graf von der Schulenburg, Cultural Counsellor, German Embassy, addressed the young researchers at the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to chemistry Enlarge image Dietrich Graf von der Schulenburg, Cultural Counsellor, German Embassy, addressed the young researchers at the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to chemistry (© German Embassy New Delhi) Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India, organizes a pre-departure meet for the young researchers every year. The purpose of the meet is to brief them about the upcoming meeting and how they can best use this opportunity.

Dietrich Graf von der Schulenburg, Cultural Counsellor, German Embassy, addressed the young researchers and stressed the unique opportunity for high-level networking in Lindau. He also presented them with some souvenirs from the embassy. Mr Schulenburg stressed on the unique opportunity for high-level networking in Lindau. Enlarge image Mr Schulenburg stressed on the unique opportunity for high-level networking in Lindau. (© German Embassy New Delhi)

The 23 young Indian researchers are among the 400 aspiring young researchers selected from almost 80 countries who will meet 30 Nobel Laureates to exchange ideas, discuss projects and build international network to continue the lineage of the next generation of leading scientist and researchers.

Every year Lindau, a small town in the south of Germany, becomes a bustling hotspot for scientists with the meeting of Nobel Laureates, academics and young researchers.

  The 23 young Indian researchers will meet 30 Nobel Laureates to exchange ideas, discuss projects and build international network to continue the lineage of the next generation of leading scientist and researchers Enlarge image The 23 young Indian researchers will meet 30 Nobel Laureates to exchange ideas, discuss projects and build international network to continue the lineage of the next generation of leading scientist and researchers (© German Embassy New Delhi) Since 2001, the Indian Department of Science & Technology (DST) and the Lindau Foundation have jointly collaborated in the participation of young Indian students and researchers at the annual Nobel Laureates Meeting in Lindau. The week-long visit is funded by the the DST and Lindau Commitee.

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67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

23 young Indian researchers are attending the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to chemistry from 25-30th June 2017.