You don't have to be a genius to understand
the work of the Nobel Laureates. These games and simulations, based on
Nobel Prize-awarded achievements, will teach and inspire you while you're
Blood Typing Game
HUMAN BLOOD GROUPS2012 Winner of the Best Game Category by Swedish Learning Awards. Try it out and learn about human blood types and blood transfusions!
IMMUNOLOGYFind out how our immune system protects us and sometimes harms us in ten interactive stops.
Or watch the documentary The Body's Secret Army introduces us to scientists, doctors, and patients who are united by their determination to unlock the immune system’s mysteries, as well as to some of the Nobel Prize-awarded pioneers..
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NEURO SCIENCESFind out more about our nervous system in 18 animated stops.
or watch the documentary The Mystery of Memory which provides a unique insight into the secrets of the brain's astounding ability to record and recall information, and includes interviews with some of today's most prominent scientists, such as Eric Kandel, 2000 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine.
Democracies in the World
HUMAN RIGHTSDemocracy is a human right. Liu Xiaobo is awarded the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China. Who else has been awarded for their struggle for human rights and democracy? And how many countries in the world are democracies?
Who was Alfred Nobel?
FOR SCHOOLGRADERSAlfred Nobel was an inventor and businessman. He is best known for his invention of dynamite. Read about Alfred Nobel's life and work.
Short about the Nobel Prizes
ABOUT THE NOBEL PRIZEThe Nobel Prizes have been awarded since 1901 to more than 800 individuals. Where does the money for the Nobel Prizes come from?Read more
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MLA style: "Educational Games". Nobelprize.org. 21 May 2013 http://www.nobelprize.org/educational/index.html