The 64th Annual Lindau Meeting: Forging a Future of Better Health

Thirty-seven Nobel laureates in physiology or medicine meet with 600 young researchers from around the world at Germany's Lindau Island on Lake Constance from June 29 to July 4 to discuss challenges to global health and medical research

The Future Belongs to Women Scientists and CEOs

For the first time in its 64-year history, a prestigious, invitation-only meeting of young scientists and Nobel Laureates is made up of more women than men.


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