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The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2007

Stockholm Concert Hall, Sweden, 10 December

13 photos

  • The Swedish flag above the stage of the Stockholm Concert Hall during the 2007 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • The empty stage will soon be filled with guests for the 2007 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • A bust of Alfred Nobel takes centre stage, surrounded by beautiful flowers donated by the city of Sanremo in Italy, where Alfred Nobel spent the last few years of his life, and where he died on 10 December 1896.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Eight empty red chairs await the 2007 Nobel Laureates, who will shortly receive their award medals and diplomas from his majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Flowers donated by the city of Sanremo in Italy served as a backdrop to the 2007 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony. A total of 13,000 flowers decked the stage of the Stockholm Concert Hall.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony begins. Onstage are the 2007 Nobel Laureates, the Swedish Royal Family, previous Nobel Laureates, and members of the Nobel Prize awarding institutions.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • The Swedish Royal Family stands to sing the royal anthem. From left: Queen Silvia, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria. Just behind them (left to right) are Princess Madeleine and Prince Carl Philip.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • The 2007 Nobel Laureates await their awards on the Stockholm Concert Hall stage.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Close-up (from left to right) of Gerhard Ertl (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry), Mario R. Capecchi, Martin J. Evans and Oliver Smithies (Nobel Laureates in Physiology or Medicine).
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Laureate in Economic Sciences Roger B. Myerson receives his Prize medal and diploma from His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Nobel Laureate in Physics Peter Grünberg acknowledges applause from the audience after receiving his Nobel Prize medal and diploma.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • he 2007 Laureates rise for the Swedish national anthem (from left to right): Albert Fert, Peter Grünberg, Gerhard Ertl, Mario R. Capecchi, Martin J. Evans, Oliver Smithies, Eric Maskin and Roger B. Myerson.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Many different types of flower, including roses and orchids, were weaved into the flower arrangement for the 2007 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

The Swedish flag above the stage of the Stockholm Concert Hall during the 2007 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

The empty stage will soon be filled with guests for the 2007 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

A bust of Alfred Nobel takes centre stage, surrounded by beautiful flowers donated by the city of Sanremo in Italy, where Alfred Nobel spent the last few years of his life, and where he died on 10 December 1896.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Eight empty red chairs await the 2007 Nobel Laureates, who will shortly receive their award medals and diplomas from his majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Flowers donated by the city of Sanremo in Italy served as a backdrop to the 2007 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony. A total of 13,000 flowers decked the stage of the Stockholm Concert Hall.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony begins. Onstage are the 2007 Nobel Laureates, the Swedish Royal Family, previous Nobel Laureates, and members of the Nobel Prize awarding institutions.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

The Swedish Royal Family stands to sing the royal anthem. From left: Queen Silvia, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria. Just behind them (left to right) are Princess Madeleine and Prince Carl Philip.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

The 2007 Nobel Laureates await their awards on the Stockholm Concert Hall stage.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Close-up (from left to right) of Gerhard Ertl (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry), Mario R. Capecchi, Martin J. Evans and Oliver Smithies (Nobel Laureates in Physiology or Medicine).
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Laureate in Economic Sciences Roger B. Myerson receives his Prize medal and diploma from His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Nobel Laureate in Physics Peter Grünberg acknowledges applause from the audience after receiving his Nobel Prize medal and diploma.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

he 2007 Laureates rise for the Swedish national anthem (from left to right): Albert Fert, Peter Grünberg, Gerhard Ertl, Mario R. Capecchi, Martin J. Evans, Oliver Smithies, Eric Maskin and Roger B. Myerson.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Many different types of flower, including roses and orchids, were weaved into the flower arrangement for the 2007 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2007 Photo: Hans Mehlin

 

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