Nobelprize.org, the official web site of the Nobel Foundation, will keep you posted when each of this year's Nobel Prizes are announced, as well as updating you when interviews, Nobel Lectures, photos, videos, short summaries and a whole lot more appear on the web site following the Nobel Prize announcements. General news about new content, projects and educational resources throughout the year are also included.
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