2012 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony

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    Nobel Banquet 2014 - Entrance Procession


    The Nobel Banquet entrance procession 2014

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    John Nash


    John Nash

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    Nobel Prize 2011 - The Entrance.


    2011-12-10.The entrance of the Swedish Royal Family and this years Nobel laureates in Konserthuset,Stockholm.Music:Kungssången and Marsch D-Dur by Mozart.

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    Nobel Banquet 2013 - Entrance Procession


    The Nobel Banquet entrance procession 2013

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    Albert Einstein The Nobel Prize in Physics 1921


    Albert Einstein The Nobel Prize in Physics 1921

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    The royal family at the Nobel Prize in 2003


    King Carl Gustaf, queen Silvia, crownprincess Victoria, princess Lilian, prince Carl Philip and princess Madeleine at the presentation of the Nobel Prizes and banquet at Stockholm Concert Hall and City Hall in 2003

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    Rita Levi Montalcini riceve il Premio Nobel per la medicina


    Rita Levi Montalcini il 10 dicembre 1986 fu insignita del Premio Nobel per la medicina grazie alla scoperta della proteina del fattore di crescita del sistema nervoso. La cerimonia di premiazione si svolse alla Concert Hall di Stoccolma.

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    Swedish Royal Wedding Victoria & Daniel - part 1


    19 June 2010 / Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary and Prince Christian participate in HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Daniel Westling's wedding in Stockholm. (From SVT.se)

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    Nobel Peace Prize Documentary, Obama, 2009


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    In this short video excerpt about President Barack Obama, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2009, member of administration, politicians, former co-workers and the Chairman of the Nobel Committee discuss the debate about awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to President Obama.

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    Nobel Hearing in Physiology or Medicine 2012


    Hearing with the 2012 Nobel Laureates in Physiology or Medicine, John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka, at Karolinska Institutet, December 12, 2012.

    The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012 was jointly awarded to John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent. The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet awards The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

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    Martin Luther King Jr. Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech


    Martin Luther King Jr. held his acceptance speech in the auditorium of the University of Oslo on 10 December 1964.
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    Silvia Sommerlath, Queen Consort of Sweden


    Queen Silvia of Sweden (née Silvia Renate Sommerlath; born 23 December 1943 in Heidelberg) is the spouse of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

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    Women who changed the world: Youyou Tu


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    1991: Aung San Suu Kyi Receives the Nobel Prize


    The awarding of the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize medal and diploma to Aung San Suu Kyi at the Oslo City Hall in Norway, 10 December 1991. As the Laureate was absent, the medal and diploma were accepted by her husband Michael Aris and her sons Alexander and Kim Aris.

    Watch Aung San Suu Kyi deliver her Nobel lecture live on Nobelprize.org. Saturday, June 16, 2012, 1:00 CET.

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    Nobel Banquet 2014 - Speech by John OKeefe


    Speech by John O'Keefe at the Nobel Banquet 2014

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    Stanford Professor Wins 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry


    October 10, 2012 - Brian Kobilka, MD, professor and chair of molecular and cellular physiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, has received the 2012 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He shares the prize with Robert Lefkowitz, MD, professor of biochemistry and of medicine at Duke University. The two men were selected for their work on G-protein-coupled receptors, a number of proteins that reach through cell walls.

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    Dalai Lama Receives the Nobel Peace Prize


    The Nobel Peace Prize 1989 was awarded to The 14th Dalai Lama.

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    Nobel Prize Dialogue, Tokyo 2017


    Highlights and backstage interviews from Nobel Prize Dialogue 2017 in Tokyo: The Future of Intelligence. Audience members and panellists talk about similarities and differences between artificial and human intelligence and why they are enjoying the discussions at Nobel Prize Dialogue.

    Nobel Prize Dialogue is an open, interdisciplinary meeting bringing together a unique constellation of Nobel Laureates, world-leading scientists, policy makers and thought leaders to discuss global issues that affect us all.

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    Martin Karplus discusses winning the Nobel Prize in Chemistry


    Martin Karplus, the Theodore William Richards Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at Harvard, is one of three winners of the 2013 Nobel Prize in chemistry, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced this morning.

    The 83-year-old Vienna-born theoretical chemist, who is also affiliated with the Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France, is a 1951 graduate of Harvard College and earned his Ph.D. in 1953 at the California Institute of Technology. While there, he worked with two-time Nobel laureate Linus Pauling, whom Karplus described as an important early influence.

    He shared the Nobel with researchers Michael Levitt of Stanford University and Arieh Warshel of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Warshel was once a postdoctoral student of Karplus, who had worked with both men during six months in Israel during the 1960s. All three were then at the Weizmann Institute of Science with chemist Shneior Lifson, but have not worked formally together since then.

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    Do the Nobel Prizes Still Make Sense in the 21st Century?


    The controversial history, present and future of the Nobel Prizes
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    The Nobel Prizes reward the greatest accomplishments of the human race. Right? Then why haven't they changed much in 100+ years? Do they really represent how science is done? And why so few women?

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    The origins of the Nobel Prize


    Do you know what led Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, to set up the Nobel Prize? A mistakenly printed obituary.

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    The 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry


    The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2009 jointly to Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Thomas A. Steitz and Ada E. Yonath for studies of the structure and function of the ribosome. For more information about the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, please visit:

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    The research counts, not the journal!


    Nobel Laureates speak out against the role of impact factors in research.

    Music: Epidemic Sound

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    Announcement of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology


    Announcement of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. This year the Nobel Prize was awarded to Yoshinori Ohsumi for his discoveries of mechanisms for autophagy. The announcement was made by Professor Thomas Perlmann, Secretary of the Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine, on 3 October 2016.

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    The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2014


    Watch the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony from the Stockholm Concert Hall in Sweden, 10 December 2014.
    Credits: Sveriges Television AB (production)
    Credits: Alexander Norén (voice over)
    Copyright @ Nobel Media AB 2014

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    A Nobel Morning: 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry


    While most of campus was still sleeping, Stanford Professor Michael Levitt woke to a phone call from Stockholm. Watch the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry recipient as he shares his news.

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    Photography: Mark Hanlon
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    Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo 2016 Highlights


    The first Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo was held on Sunday 11 December 2016. The topic of this year’s Forum was The United States and world peace after the Presidential Election. Keynote speakers were former U.S. top officials and foreign policy experts Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski and Dr. Henry Kissinger. After their speeches they took part in a 45-minute discussion moderated by Olav Njølstad, Director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute.

    The Forum is intended to become a permanent feature of the annual Nobel Peace Prize celebrations in Oslo, and will serve as an arena for interdisciplinary discussion and reflection on pivotal and timely issues of importance to international peace and security. Depending on the issues the Forum will bring together unique constellations of former Nobel Laureates, world-leading political experts, policy makers, key opinion leaders, civil society and business community representatives, journalists, students, and the general public.

    The Forum is hosted by the Norwegian Nobel Institute in close collaboration with the University of Oslo. Almost 500 participants gathered for an enlightened two-hour session in the beautiful Aula at the University of Oslo.

    The event was sponsored by INCIRCL and GoodXChange Corp.

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    How To Win A Nobel Prize


    Everyone knows that winning the Nobel Prize is a big deal, but why do we even have a Nobel Prize? And why does it matter?

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    At the age of 17, Swedish Alfred Nobel spoke five languages fluently. Nobel became an inventor and businessman, and at the time of his death on 10 December 1896, he had 355 patents worldwide - one of them was the patent on dynamite.

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    No one can really agree on why the Nobel Prizes are a much bigger deal than all the other prizes out there. Perhaps it's because they've been around for more than a century or because the prize - roughly $1 million - is so large. But at this point, they're definitely one of the most impressive awards around.

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    Nobel Week Dialogue 2016


    Highlights and backstage interviews from the 2016 Nobel Week Dialogue event: The Future of Food - your Plate, our Planet. Audience members and panelists talk about what makes food such an important topic and why they are enjoying the discussions at the Nobel Week Dialogue with experts and Nobel Laureates alike.

    The Nobel Week Dialogue event is annually produced by Nobel Media and aims to cross the traditional boundaries between science and society with a day of in-depth discussions on a topic close to us all.

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    WHO WAS ALFRED NOBEL? - Nobel Peace Prize Concert


    Derek Muller from Veritasium explains who Alfred Nobel, the founder of the Nobel Prize is.
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    History of Nobel Prize - Alfred Nobel


    History of Nobel Prize - Alfred Nobel (Hindi Documentary). History of dynamite bomb.

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    About Alfred Nobel - 12 Things You Did Not Know


    12 Things You Didn't Know About Alfred Nobel, the driving force of the Nobel prize. What prompted Nobel, the Swedish Chemist, to open such a huge charitable trust? It's one of the most highly esteemed honor offered to scientists, writters, peace-makers and so many other accomplished professionals.

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    Paul Nurse says, Dont work too hard!


    Sir Paul Nurse received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2001 for his work related to discoveries of key regulators of the cell cycle .

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    Texted Version - Bob Dylan 2016 Nobel Lecture in Literature


    Bob Dylan received the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.

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    Live: Announcement of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2014


    The Nobel Prize in Physics 2014 was awarded jointly to Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura for the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes which has enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources.

    The prize was announced by Staffan Normark, Permanent Secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

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    Live: 2013 Nobel Lectures and Nobel Prize Award Ceremonies


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    Oliver Smithies secret -- Get your sleep, your brain will thank you!


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    Interview: 2014 Economic Sciences Prize in Memory of Alfred Nobel


    Following the announcement, Tore Ellingsen, Permanent Secretary, RSAS, was interviewed by freelance journalist Henrik Höjer about the 2014 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

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    Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2013


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    2014 Breakthrough Prize Ceremony: Strominger, Vafa, Schwarz, Green, Polchinski


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    Muffin Stories - Alfred Nobel


    Alfred Nobel
    Alfred Nobel, founder of the well-known Nobel Prizes,
    was an excellent student in his childhood.
    'That's it. Nitroglycerine!'
    One day Nobel shouted suddenly during his research.
    He thought of highly explosive nitroglycerine,
    which he had heard about from Professor Cynin perviously.

    Nobel's invention was used at mines and for construction of roads.
    His father thought highly of Nobel.
    But nitroglycerine was very dangerous.
    It exploded when it was managed even a little carelessly.
    One day Nobel's sister Emil lost her life when a bomb exploded in the laboratory.
    Nobel was very sad over her death.
    When the danger of explosives became known,
    people began to criticize Nobel.
    There must not be a factory of such dreadful explosives in the middle of the city.
    At last Nobel set up a new factory on a ship floating in the middle of a lake.
    But the accidents of explosion did not cease.
    Nobel often consulted with his father about problems,
    but when his father had died of an apoplectic stroke,
    he was in great distress.
    'Ah! What can I do to keep explosives safe?'
    Nobel continued his researches in his laboratory.
    At last he successfully invented a new explosive called dynamite.
    He conducted an open experiment with dynamite in Germany and get its stability and explosive power recognized.
    Nobel earned a lot of money through dynamite.
    But he was deeply distressed by the thought that the explosives he had made could be weapons that would kill people.
    He thought about what was the way that would lead to world peace.
    I think it is my happiness to be helpful to an honest and sincere man when he gets tired while fight poverty.
    As he had said this, Nobel helped many needy people.
    But he became very weak when he was 63 years old in 1896.
    Please use my money to award prizes to those who contributed to world peace each year.
    Nobel made this will before he died.
    In accordance with his will,
    each year Nobel prizes have been awarded to those who contributed to physics, chemistry, biology, literature and peace.
    Nobel put into practice the idea of studying for the sake of people's happiness
    he had heard from his Russian language teacher when he was a young boy.
    His name has been remembered up to now through Nobel Prizes.

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    Bob Dylan 2016 Nobel Lecture in Literature


    Bob Dylan received the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.

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