Congratulations to @AidanBuffey who has been invited as one of 635 Young Scientists from all over the world to meet around 40 Nobel Laureates at the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (25-30 June 2023 | #Physiology #Medicine | #LINO23)

Find out more about the Lindau Meeting, incl. the participating Nobel Laureates and the programme:


Press Release

72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting: Record Number of Laureates Expected – Full Capacity Also for Young Scientists

  • 25–30 June: Physiology/Medicine as programme discipline #LINO23
  • Key topics related to medicine: diversity, AI, climate change
  • 635 Young Scientists from 98 countries
  • Two Lindau Alumni among around 40 Nobel Laureates
  • Kick-off at the end of April with the Lindau Online Sciathon


In research institutions and universities around the globe, 444 Young Scientists discover pleasant news in their mailboxes today: the invitation to the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, which will gather Nobel Laureates and Young Scientists in the field of Physiology/Medicine at Lake Constance in the last week of June 2023. The applicants were informed by the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, which thus successfully concludes this year’s selection of participants in cooperation with its Academic Partners.


In addition, there are 191 Young Scientists who also represented the discipline of Physiology/Medicine at the interdisciplinary 70th Meeting that was conducted online. They will now have the opportunity to experience the Lindau Spirit on site. This special atmosphere of the Lindau Meetings arises from the personal encounters between scientists from all over the world with each other – and with the participating Nobel Laureates.


“The meeting of scientists from many countries, different cultures and several generations is at the core of the Lindau Meetings. We know from our Alumni that they take their time at Lake Constance home with them as an unforgettable source of inspiration, not least because of the global network they establish here,” says Countess Bettina Bernadotte af Wisborg, President of the Council, describing the importance of the meetings.