The Nobel Week Dialogue is an open one-day meeting during the annual Nobel Week, held early each December, bringing together Nobel Laureates, world-leading scientists, policy makers and thought leaders for discussions that cross the traditional boundaries between science and society. The meeting is free to attend, and alternates between Stockholm and Gothenburg, Sweden.
Meet and engage with a unique constellation of Nobel Laureates, world-leading scientists and thought leaders in a dialogue on the opportunities and challenges of an ageing world. Join us at the 2014 Nobel Week Dialogue on 9 December in Sockholm!
The science of ageing
For how long can we live?
Extending health span
How can technology support us when dealing with age?
Work, work, work
For how long should we work, and how will welfare systems adapt as longevity increases and birth rates decline?
The economics of ageing
What implications does the change in demographics have for economic growth in different parts of the world?
The future of disease
Can biomedical research adapt to the changing burden of disease?
Meet Nobel Laureates and experts including:
Elizabeth Blackburn, Medicine Laureate 2009
The connection between stress and ageing
Eric Kandel, Medicine Laureate 2000
The formation of short and long-term memory