Barack H. Obama and Michelle Obama arrive at the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize Award Ceremony.
Copyright © The Norwegian Nobel Institute 2009. Photo: Ken Opprann.
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Barack H. Obama delivered his Nobel Lecture on 10 December 2009 at the Oslo City Hall, Norway. He was introduced by Thorbjørn Jagland, Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee.
Muhammad Yunus delivered his Nobel Lecture on 10 December 2006 at the Oslo City Hall, Norway. He was introduced by Professor Ole Danbolt Mjøs, Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee. Professor Yunus begins his Nobel Lecture with a few words in Bangla.
Neurobiologist and Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine Eric Kandel explains how memory occurs through changes in the brain's nerve cells' synaptic connections. Watch Kandel in the lab with one of his favorite research studies - a giant marine snail that has 20,000 nerve cells in its brain.
Andre Geim's speech at the Nobel Banquet in the Stockholm City Hall, 10 December 2010.