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JANUARY 2015
2013 Nobel Minds
Taping of the TV-program Nobel Minds.

A Meeting of Nobel Minds
Is the best kind of science useful science? The discoveries of the 2014 Nobel Laureates help us with our everyday lives. In the round-table discussion program Nobel Minds, some of today's greatest minds converse about the discoveries for which they've been honored.
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Medicine Laureate May-Britt Moser
Medicine Laureate May-Britt Moser.
"They Saw that We Were in Love with Science"
Listen to May-Britt Moser, one of few female Medicine Laureates, describing her life and work, and the pure joy of exploring the connection between behavior and the brain.
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The Nobel Diplomas
Each Nobel diploma is a unique work of art. The design of the diplomas is decided by the prize-awarding institutions, and created by foremost Swedish and Norwegian artists and calligraphers.
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Nobel Diploma
Part of a Nobel Diploma.

Chemistry Laureate Ahmed Zewail
Chemistry Laureate Ahmed Zewail.
"Science Was and Still Is the Core of Progress for Humanity"
The United Nations has proclaimed 2015 as the 'International Year of Light', focusing on the topic of light science and its applications. One of the Nobel Laureates engaged is Ahmed Zewail, who in his 1999 banquet speech paid tribute to science.
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Monthly Quiz
Young Physics Laureates
The average age of all 889 Nobel Laureates is 59. The Nobel Laureates in Physics are in average the youngest of all Laureates. What is the average age of the Physics Laureates? Click to submit your answer.
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