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Olga Tokarczuk was awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature “for a narrative imagination that with encyclopedic passion represents the crossing of boundaries as a form of life.” In this interview she talks about her childhood, the road to becoming a Nobel Prize-awarded author, her love of fairytales and the process of writing.
In this conversation Oliver Hart explores the importance of words and language for a researcher, how being good at economics is about learning to THINK like an economist and how his parents influenced him to think that anyone who’s not left-wing is an idiot.
In 2016, Oliver Hart was awarded the Prize in Economic Sciences for his contribution to contract theory.
Greta Thunberg and Johan Rockström met for a digital conversation about courage, solidarity and opportunities in times of crisis, streamed from the Nobel Prize Museum in Stockholm on Earth Day, 22 April.
Greta Thunberg is a Swedish climate and environmental activist. Johan Rockström is professor of Earth Sciences and Director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany.
The world-renowned pianist Igor Levit will be performing at this year’s Nobel Prize Concert on 8 December. At his side, he will have conductor Stéphane Denève leading the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.
Date for ticket release will be published later.
We live in a world where viruses and bacteria can be spread across the globe within hours. At the same time our medical knowledge is better than ever and we have a number of ways to stop disease. Nobel Laureate Peter Doherty is an expert in how pandemics arise, are spread and eliminated, and Danish writer Hanne-Vibeke Holst has written the novel ‘Like the Plague’ in which she realistically portrays the challenges a major flu pandemic could cause.
In conversation with Amina Manzoor, medical reporter at Dagens Nyheter, they discuss how our world could deal with a new pandemic. This event, held before the coronavirus pandemic, was hosted by the Nobel Prize Museum in association with Kulturhuset Stadsteatern’s Forum/Debatt and took place at the Under Fontänen stage in Stockholm, 11 December 2019.
The film follows Kamal Hussein, a Rohingya refugee in the world’s largest refugee camp who has dedicated his life to reuniting children with their parents, with the support of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. This National Geographic Documentary Film is the result of a partnership between the Nobel Prize and Academy Award-winning director Orlando von Einsiedel (‘The White Helmets’).
The video is available all over the world, apart from in the following countries: Spain, Australia, India, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Sudan, South Sudan, Tunisia, Mauritania, all of the Middle East.
Throughout her career, Barbara McClintock studied the cytogenetics of maize, making discoveries so far beyond the understanding of the time that other scientists essentially ignored her work for more than a decade. But she persisted, trusting herself and the evidence under her microscope.
When Medicine Laureate Michael Young spoke to students at an event in China, he expanded his acknowledgements to include his oldest colleague, Drosophila.
This year’s Nobel Prize announcements will take place 5-12 October.
On nobelprize.org, you can find excerpts from many of our literature laureates’ literary works such as Olga Tokarczuk’s book ‘Flights’, Gabriel García Márquez’s novel ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ and Wisława Szymborska’s poem ‘The Three Oddest Words’.
Enjoy some excerpts from books or poems written by literature laureates. Discover all the excerpts here.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee received 318 candidates for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. 107 of these are organizations.
Olav Njølstad, Director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute, answers questions about the Nobel Peace Prize.
No person can nominate herself/himself for a Nobel Prize. But who can? And how are these persons chosen?
In his last will and testament, Alfred Nobel specifically designated the institutions responsible for the prizes he wished to be established.
The 2019 Nobel Laureates met at the old Stockholm Stock Exchange Building (Börshuset) in Gamla stan, Stockholm for the traditional round-table discussion and TV program ‘Nobel Minds’. The laureates talked about their research, what drives them and their visions for the future. The discussion was hosted by the BBC’s Zeinab Badawi.
The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2019 was awarded jointly to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer “for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.”
On 27 November 1895, Alfred Nobel signed his last will in Paris, France. The Swedish dynamite millionaire, who thought that his invention would end all wars, had now realised that it was a very deadly product. Wanting to make amends, he did what no man of such wealth had done before …
On 10 December 1901 the first Nobel Prizes were awarded, in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace. Read more about the first prizes.
Chemist, engineer and industrialist Alfred Nobel left 31 million SEK (today about 265 million dollar) to fund the Nobel Prizes. Read more about his life and work.
The new center will be built at Slussen, with sweeping views of Stockholm harbour and the central city. For the past few years, Slussen has been undergoing a major renovation and reconfiguration. With its broad public activities, the Nobel Center will be an important piece of the puzzle in developing Slussen into a lively meeting place.
Theoretical physicists Philip W. Anderson has passed away aged 96. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for fundamental theoretical investigations of the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems.
Betty Williams died on 17 March, age 76. She shared the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize with Mairead Corrigan for founding a peace organisation to bring an end to the bitter conflict between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland.
Medicine Laureate Stanley Cohen passed away on 5 February. He shared the 1986 Medicine Prize for “discoveries of growth factors”, discoveries which are of fundamental importance for our understanding of the mechanisms which regulate cell and organ growth.
Kary B. Mullis was awarded the 1993 Chemistry Prize for his invention of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method. PCR has been of major importance in both medical research and forensic science.