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Can I use the text or an image from a Nobel Poster?

Where can I get/buy Nobel Posters?


Can I use the text or an image from a Nobel Poster?

Yes, you can use texts and graphics from Nobel Posters for educational and editorial content intended for non-commercial purposes. (Use of logotypes and Nobel Prize design marks are not permitted.) If the publications are used in its full version or excerpts are selected, the copyright notice must be applied.

For posters regarding the Nobel Prizes in Physics, Chemistry and the Prize in Economic Sciences:
Copyright © The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, source, http://www.nobelprize.org/. For graphics, you also have to mention the illustrator's name (see the Credits note).

If you want to publish texts and graphics from these documents in a paper, journal or book, you have to ask for permission from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, e-mail info@kva.se.

For posters regarding the Nobel Prizes in Physiology or Medicine:
Copyright © The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet, source, http://www.nobelprize.org/. For graphics, you also have to mention the illustrator's name (see the Credits note).

If you want to publish texts and graphics from these documents in a paper, journal or book, you have to ask for permission from the Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet, e-mail nobelforum@nobel.se.


Where can I get/buy Nobel Posters?

Nobel Posters for Physics, Chemistry and Economic Sciences
Contact the reception desk at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, e-mail posters@kva.se. A distribution fee is charged for orders larger than 10 posters. The most recent posters are also available in table mat size (A3). Please observe that some back-volumes are out of stock.

Nobel Posters for Physiology or Medicine
Contact the Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet, e-mail nobelforum@nobel.se.


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