67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Martin Klapper has been selected for participation

| by Christine Vogler

More than 30 Nobel Laureates at a single conference - this is not an everyday occurence. The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting offers a unique possibility for junior scientists to meet the experts in their field. This year's meeting is dedicated to chemistry and has compiled an exciting programme with talks, workshops and discussions. The participants of this meeting are selected by the Council among applicants from all over the world. This year, Martin Klapper, doctoral researcher in the Junior Research Group Chemistry of Microbial Communication, will take part. "I am excited to have the chance to participate in this impressive event. I'm really looking forward to meeting so many renowned scientists, but also fellow junior researchers, from all over the world", says the young chemist. The meeting will take place from June 25-30, 2017 in Lindau, Germany.

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