Friday, July 23. 2010ResearchGate Team in Cooperations
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ResearchGATE is delighted to work together with the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and has created a community specifically for their members and attendees as a way to continue discussions and scientific collaboration even after the meeting is over.
The photo was taken at The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings press conference, where the cooperation with ResearchGATE was announced as well as more information about the Meetings. On the left is Ijad Madisch, ResearchGATE’s CEO and co-founder along with Mr. Ellenbeck, Countess Bernadotte and Professor Schürer.
ResearchGATE recently attended the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2010 to spread the word about the newest private community within the network, created exclusively for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings’ attendees. This year 650 top young scientists and 59 Nobel Laureates participated in the meeting from 27th June to 2nd July, 2010 and reflected on current scientific topics whilst presenting relevant fields of research. The ResearchGATE team met a number of top researchers there ranging from a mexican researching quantum optics to a viroligist from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Munich.
The Lindau Nobel community offers attendees the means to connect with one another, discover new research, share their findings and work collaborativly using ResearchGATE’s many applications. It will also provide a platform for scientists attending the meetings in the future, enabling them to search through the hundreds of other scientists and find specific individuals with whom they would like to discuss with. ResearchGATE is excited about this cooperation with the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and is looking forward to watching the community grow.
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