Nobelprize.org
Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

Developer Zone

Nobelprize.org offers open data to developers in two ways: An API and as Linked Data. The data is free to use and contains information about who has been awarded the Nobel Prize, when, in what prize category and the motivation, as well as basic information about the Nobel Laureates such as birth data and the affiliation at the time of the award. The data is regularly updated as the information on Nobelprize.org is updated, including at the time of announcements of new Laureates.

API

The REST based API provides different ways to list and search the data. The result is returned as JSON or CSV. If you are used to these technologies, the API is an easy way to access the information.

1. Read the terms of use before you start using the API.

2. There is no need to register for an API key, but we strongly encourage you to sign up for developer news from Nobelprize.org in order to be informed about changes and updates.

3. See some examples on how to get started.

4. Read the API documentation which is also available in an interactive form that allows you to test and explore the API.

5. You are very welcome to keep us informed about your application and how you have used our data, by sending us an email.

6. See external resources, tools and applications that has been developed.

 

Linked Data

Linked Data is a set of RDF relations describing the Nobel Prizes and the Nobel Laureates. If you are used to these technologies, the linked data offers a powerful way to explore and search the data.

1. Read the terms of use before you start using the Linked Data.

2. There is no need to register, but we strongly encourage you to sign up for developer news from Nobelprize.org in order to be informed about changes and updates.

3. Browse and explore the Linked Data.

4. Read the Linked Data documentation.

5. You are very welcome to keep us informed about your application and how you have used our data, by sending us an email.

6. See external resources, tools and applications that has been developed.

 

 

The open data project at Nobelprize.org was supported in 2012 by Vinnova.

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