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The Nobel Prize in Physics, Chemistry and the Prize in Economic Sciences

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences is responsible for the selection of the Nobel Laureates in Physics and Chemistry as well as for the Laureates in Economic Sciences.

Here, you can see if you are qualified to nominate for a Nobel Prize or a Prize in Economic Sciences:

Qualified nominators for the Physics Prize

Qualified nominators for the Chemistry Prize

Qualified nominators for the Prize in Economic Sciences

For further questions, contact the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
E-mail: info@kva.se

 

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

The Nobel Assembly at the Karolinska Institutet is responsible for the selection of the Nobel Laureates in Physiology or Medicine.

Here, you can see if you are qualified to nominate for a Nobel Prize:

Qualified nominators for the Medicine Prize

For further questions, contact the Nobel Assembly at the Karolinska Institutet.
E-mail: nobelforum@nobel.se

 

The Nobel Prize in Literature

The Swedish Academy is responsible for the selection of the Nobel Laureates in Literature.

Here, you can see if you are qualified to nominate for a Nobel Prize:

Qualified nominators for the Literature Prize

For further questions, contact the Swedish Academy.
E-mail: sekretariat@svenskaakademien.se

 

The Nobel Peace Prize

The Norwegian Nobel Committee is responsible for the selection of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates.

Here, you can see if you are qualified to nominate for a Nobel Prize:

Qualified nominators for the Peace Prize

For further questions about the Nobel Peace Prize, please contact the Norwegian Nobel Committee.
E-mail: postmaster@nobel.no

 

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