10th HLF – Highlights, Monday, September 25
The first full day of the 10th Heidelberg Laureate Forum has ended and we have collected some of the day’s highlights. Check them out in the Snapshots video above!
Monday featured two major talks: In the morning, Robert Metcalfe, inventor of the Ethernet technology, gave an insightful talk on "Connectivity is a Thing, is THE Thing".
Afterwards, the Lindau Lecture, held each year at the HLF to mark the strong conenction beteween the Forum and the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, was held by Nobel Prize recipient Louis J. Ignarro, who spoke about "Nitric Oxide: The Miracle Molecule of Health and Longevity".
For the HLF's 10th birthday, an alumna of the Forum, Jie Li, presented us with a fabulous birthday cake to commemorate the event.
Finally, all attendees received ample opportunity to meet and interact with each other: First through a rapid speed-networking session, and later on in the Poster Flash, where the Young Researchers were able to present their own research to the audience.
As always, select photos from this day can be found on our Flickr page.
Category: HLFF Forum