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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Bob Dylan received the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.
The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2014
Watch the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony from the Stockholm Concert Hall in Sweden, 10 December 2014.
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Nobel Banquet 2014 - Entrance Procession
The Nobel Banquet entrance procession 2014
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2016 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony
The 2016 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony takes place at Stockholm Concert Hall at 4:30 PM CET on Saturday, 10 December.
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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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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2009 Nobel Peace Prize Lecture by Barack Obama
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Watch Barack H. Obama deliver his Nobel Peace Prize Lecture during the Nobel Peace Prize Award Ceremony at the Oslo City Hall in Norway, 10 December 2009.
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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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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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Nobel Banquet 2013 - Entrance Procession
The Nobel Banquet entrance procession 2013
The Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony 2014
The Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 was awarded in Oslo City Hall on Wednesday 10 December at 1:00 pm.
A Brilliant Madness: A Mathematical Genius Descent into Madness
A Brilliant Madness is the story of a mathematical genius whose career was cut short by a descent into madness. At the age of 30, John Nash, a stunningly original and famously eccentric MIT mathematician, suddenly began claiming that aliens were communicating with him and that he was a special messenger.
Diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, Nash spent the next three decades in and out of mental hospitals, all but forgotten. During that time, a proof he had written at the age of 20 became a foundation of modern economic theory. In 1994, as Nash began to show signs of emerging from his delusions, he was awarded a Nobel Prize in Economics. The program features interviews with John Nash, his wife Alicia, his friends and colleagues, and experts in game theory and mental illness.
Go beyond the Oscar-winning drama A Beautiful Mind and learn more about the life of troubled mathematician and Nobel Prize-winner John Nash and his struggle with mental illness in this PBS American Experience documentary. Exclusive interviews with Nash and wife Alicia are included.
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
Nobel Peace Prize Documentary, Obama, 2009
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How to: Win a Nobel Prize
How would you like to win a million dollars and be one of the most well known scientists? Well, to do that, you need to win a Noble Prize! And here is how to do it!
The Nobel Prize is the most distinguishing award a scientist (or Peace Activist) can win. There are 6 awards a year, one in Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Peace, Economics and Literature. If you win the award, there is a 10 million Swedish Krona reward as well as a gold medal, a diploma and a new title for your name.
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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.
Dalai Lama Receives the Nobel Peace Prize
The Nobel Peace Prize 1989 was awarded to The 14th Dalai Lama.
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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.
How the Nobel Prize became the most controversial award on Earth
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.
The Youngest Nobel Prize Winners
Werner Heisenberg is one of history's physics giants, and he took the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1932, at 31, 'for the creation of quantum mechanics, the application of which has, inter alia, led to the discovery of the allotropic forms of hydrogen.'
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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.
Silvia Sommerlath, Queen Consort of Sweden
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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.
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:
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.
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Dr. John Nash - A Nobel Prize Talking
Interview with Dr. John Nash at the 1st Meeting of Laureates in Economic Sciences in Lindau, Germany, September 1-4, 2004. Interviewer is freelance journalist Marika Griehsel. Dr. Nash talks about the impact the Prize had on his life, his talent for mathematics as a child (5:38), the work that gave him the Prize (9:03), gives some advice to young students (13:07), talks about important economic issues of today (15:26), and shares his thoughts about the movie on his life, 'A Beautiful Mind' (21:18).
What is it like to win a Nobel Prize?
To find out, the Harvard Gazette sat down with a pair of them.
Adams University Professor Eric Maskin and Oliver Hart, the Andrew E. Furer Professor of Economics, have each been awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel – Maskin in 2007 and Hart just this year.
In a wide-ranging conversation just days after Hart received the prestigious academic award, the two colleagues and friends looked back on their distinguished careers, and discussed everything from the perks that come with joining the cohort of Nobel winners to their childhood ambitions.
How Deadly Explosives Made the Nobel Peace Prize Possible
Alfred Nobel's invention of dynamite was a terrifying new addition to mankind growing arsenal of destruction. Ironically, it also spawned the Nobel Peace Prize.
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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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A Conversation with John Nash
John Forbes Nash Jr., noted Mathematician and Nobel Laureate, speaks with Gregory A. Burton, Ph.D. and Anthony L. Loviscek, Ph.D. More:
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2012 Nobel Lectures in Physiology or Medicine
Sir John B. Gurdon delivered his Nobel Lecture, The Egg and the Nucleus: A Battle for Supremacy on 7 December 2012 at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. He was introduced by Professor Urban Lendahl, Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine.
Shinya Yamanaka delivered his Nobel Lecture, A Winding Road to Pluripotency on 7 December 2012 at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. He was introduced by Professor Urban Lendahl, Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine.
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.
Location The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Sessionssalen, Lilla Frescativägen 4A, Stockholm, Sweden
25 People Who Should Have Won The Nobel Peace Prize But Didnt
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The Nobel Peace Prize is the most controversial of the five Nobel Prizes—Physics, Chemistry, Literature, Peace and Physiology. Not only is this the most coveted; it is also the most significant out of all other awards since this award is awarded to individuals who have done the best work for the fraternity of nations, as well as for the eradication of groups and armies that encumber the massive promotion of peace among people of all nations. Ever since Alfred Nobel chose peace as a category for the Noble Prize, it has been subject to several controversies. He/she-should-have-won claims have been pervasive, and debates as to who is more deserving to win have been ongoing year after year. So, according to popular opinion, here is a list of the 25 people who should have won the Noble Peace Prize but didn't.
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Nobel Minds 2013
This year's Nobel Laureates in the fields of Physics, Chemistry, Medicine and Economics speak in the same building in Stockholm where they have received their awards. The Laureates talk about the discoveries for which they've been honored, how they can be applied in a practical way, and how they reached this summit of academic achievement.
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Alice Munro, In Her Own Words: 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature
The Nobel Lecture in Literature this year is replaced by a pre-recorded video conversation with Alice Munro, Nobel Laureate in Literature. The event is held at the Swedish Academy in Stockholm.
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.
The Quantum Conspiracy: What Popularizers of QM Dont Want You to Know
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January 6, 2011
Presented by Ron Garret.
Richard Feynman once famously quipped that no one understands quantum mechanics, and popular accounts continue to promulgate the view that QM is an intractable mystery (probably because that helps to sell books). QM is certainly unintuitive, but the idea that no one understands it is far from the truth. In fact, QM is no more difficult to understand than relativity. The problem is that the vast majority of popular accounts of QM are simply flat-out wrong. They are based on the so-called Copenhagen interpretation of QM, which has been thoroughly discredited for decades. It turns out that if Copenhagen were true then it would be possible to communicate faster than light, and hence send signals backwards in time. This talk describes an alternative interpretation based on quantum information theory (QIT) which is consistent with current scientific knowledge. It turns out that there is a simple intuition that makes almost all quantum mysteries simply evaporate, and replaces them with an easily understood (albeit strange) insight: measurement and entanglement are the same physical phenomenon, and you don't really exist.
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Dr. Ron Garret was an AI and robotics researcher at the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab for fifteen years before taking a year off to work at Google in June of 2000. He was the lead engineer on the first release of AdWords, and the original author of the Google Translation Console. Since leaving Google he has started a new career as an entrepreneur, angel investor and filmmaker. He has co-founded three startups, invested in a dozen others, and made a feature-length documentary about homelessness.
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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Nobel Lecture by Harold Pinter
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This is a brilliant speech by Harold Pinter!
Harold Pinter's Nobel Lecture was pre-recorded, and shown on video on 7 December 2005, in Börssalen at the Swedish Academy in Stockholm.
Nobel Banquet 2014 - Speech by John OKeefe
Speech by John O'Keefe at the Nobel Banquet 2014
2012 Nobel Lectures in Physics
Saturday 8 December, 9:00-10:20 a.m. CET
Serge Haroche: Controlling Photons in a Box and Exploring the Quantum to Classical Boundary
David J. Wineland: Superposition, Entanglement, and Raising Schroedinger's Cat
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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Nobel Minds 2014
The 2014 Nobel Laureates met at the Grünewald Hall in the Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm on 11 December 2014 for the traditional round-table discussion and TV program 'Nobel Minds'. The Nobel Laureates discussed the discoveries for which they've been honored, how these can be applied in a practical way, and the role of science in today's society. The discussion was hosted by Zeinab Badawi of the BBC.
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