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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

  • July 3, 2014
The Future Belongs to Women Scientists and CEOs

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.

June 29, 2014 — Christine Gorman
HIV in Hiding [Video] - The 64th Annual Lindau Meeting

HIV in Hiding [Video] - The 64th Annual Lindau Meeting

Can someone be cured of the AIDS virus? Nature Video examined this question during this summer's Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, which brought early-career biologists together with Nobel Prize–winners

September 24, 2014 — Nature Video
Could a Cow Virus Cause Colon Cancer?

Could a Cow Virus Cause Colon Cancer?

The remote possibility that I might develop mad cow disease as a result has never stopped me from diving into a nice juicy hamburger (preferably with a generous helping of ketchup and relish).

July 1, 2014 — Christine Gorman
The Lindau Blog 2014

The Lindau Blog 2014

A collection of blog posts from attendees on various topics from the meeting

July 5, 2014
Why Don’t Grasshoppers Catch Colds?

Why Don’t Grasshoppers Catch Colds?

File this under things you never thought to ask: Why are grasshoppers and other insects resistant to so many different infections? Jules Hoffmann asked himself that question nearly fifty years ago and in the process of trying to figure out the answer, he eventually won a share of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physiology or [...]

June 30, 2014 — Christine Gorman

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