Scientific American looks forward to an experimental party. We’re going to watch what happens when you put 30 young chemists in a room with some of the world’s brightest scientists:
Each year hundreds of the best and brightest researchers gather in Lindau, Germany, for the Nobel Laureate Meeting. There, the newest generation of scientists mingles with Nobel Prize winners and discusses their work and ideas. The 2013 meeting is dedicated to chemistry and will involve young researchers from 78 different countries. In anticipation of the event, which will take place from June 30 through July 5, we are highlighting a group of attendees under 30 who represent the future of chemistry.
Meeting, schmeeting. SciAm’s picking out the fun kids at a party.