Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings: June 28 – July 4 2014.
Deadline: April 10.
This year the meeting with Nobel Prize winners in Lindau (from 28 June to 4 July) will be dedicated to physiology and medicine. More than 30 Nobel Laureates have announced their participation. About 600 young researchers from 80 countries are expected to attend.
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EUSJA board agreed with Lindau Meetings the grants for science journalists covering four night’s accommodation at a hotel in Lindau. The journalists have to take care of their travelling. We could have even more grants than the last year: depends on the quality of applications. Thus we kindly ask the candidates clearly define their interest to participate the meeting, indicate their media affiliation or for which media they intend to cover the meeting.
Skicka ansökningar till den svenske Eusjarepresentanten firstname.lastname@example.org senast 10 april.
The applicant must write: name, media, e-mail, mobile and add a short CV with a short statement indicating their specific journalistic interest. The acceptance letters will be sent by the end of April the latest. Please find more information in the attachment.
64TH LINDAU NOBEL LAUREATE MEETING –
ACCOMODATION GRANTS FOR EUSJA MEMBERS
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and the European Union of Science Journalists’ Associations EUSJA have agreed to support the participation of EUSJA member journalists in the 64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
The meeting – dedicated to the Nobel Prize discipline of Physiology/Medicine – will be held at Lindau, Germany, from 28 June to 4 July 2014. More than 30 Nobel Laureates have announced their participation. They will meet approximately 600 aspiring undergraduates, PhD students, and post-docs from about 80 countries. Numerous lectures, panels, discussion sessions, and master classes, as well as a diversified programme of fringe events will account for an inspiring week of exchange and networking.
EUSJA member journalists interested in reporting about the meeting can now apply for accommodation grants covering a four-night’s stay at a hotel in Lindau (additional nights may be booked at one’s own expense).
Employed science journalists as well as freelance science journalists are eligible to apply for the grants. All applicants shall clearly define their specific journalistic interest in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. Further, all applicants shall indicate their media affiliation or indicate for which media they intend to cover the meeting.