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More Photos from the 2011 Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau



(Photos courtesy of Cindy Liu)

Liu with freinds from Taiwan

Liu and her Taiwanese compatriots try to spell "Taiwan" in front of the
Lindau picture board.

Liu with Laureate de Duve

Liu with laureate Christian de Duve, whom she calls "the embodiment of awesome."
De Duve was awarded the Nobel Prize for describing the structure and function of
lysosomes and peroxisomes. In his Lindau talk, he urged young scientists to re-examine
their role in applying their scientific discovery to advance societal good, particularly through addressing climate change and the depletion of natural resources. 

Liu introduces Laureate Agre

Liu introducing laureate Peter Agre at the U.S.-sponsored program
dedicated to global health.

Liu makes the local paper

Liu makes the local paper in this photo from the U.S. Science Breakfast.

Liu with Laureate Fischer

Laureate Edmond H. Fischer and friend with Liu on the island of Minau.
Fischer won the Nobel Prize for characterizing the role reversible phosphorylation
in regulating protein activation and a wide range of cellular processes.