Karim Almahayni invited to Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Karim Almahayni has been chosen as one of 635 young scientists to attend the prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. The MPL researcher from the group of Leonhard Möckl will have the chance to meet around 40 Nobel Laureates from the field of Physiology/Medicine.

The exchange of knowledge and ideas is one of the most important concepts in all scientific fields. In this spirit, the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting has enabled young and upcoming scientists to meet with those that have gained the most prestigious reward in their field, a Nobel Prize. Since 1951, they have supported the exchange between different generations, scientific disciplines and cultures.

This year, MPL researcher Karim Almahayni from the Möckl Research Group “Physical Glycosciences” will have the opportunity to interact very closely with Nobel Laureates through lectures, discussions, activities, and open exchanges. From June 25 to June 30, he and other scientists from 98 countries will discuss key topics related to medicine, such as climate change, AI and diversity. Moreover, young scientists will also be given a stage to present their own research as part of the Next Gen Science Sessions.

To be invited to this competitive event is a great honor, since one is usually only invited once – unless of course one wins a Nobel Prize. It is also not the only invitation that Karim Almahayni has recently received: In December 2022 he was invited as a speaker at the Youth Knowledge Forum in Dubai.



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