The UW-Madison Department of Chemistry will be well represented at the June 2013 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Chemistry. Four members of the department have been selected to attend the meeting in Lindau, Germany, along with 620 other students and postdocs from 78 countries. Participants from our department are:
- Shakeel Dalal, a graduate student in the Ediger lab
- Jennifer Faust, a graduate student in the Nathanson lab
- Brett VanVeller, a postdoctoral associate in the Raines lab
- Alison Wendlandt, a graduate student in the Stahl lab
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, which began in 1951, provide an opportunity for dozens of Nobel Laureates to meet and engage with the next generation of leading researchers and scientists. This year’s chemistry-focused meeting will feature presentations and discussions about green chemistry and biochemical processes and structures.
Learn more about the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and their history.