23 September 2009
Nobelprize.org announces the launch of Nerve Signaling, a new educational multimedia production for high school students and educators. It illustrates and explains how the Nobel Prize awarded achievements in Physiology or Medicine have contributed to our understanding of the nervous system.
Nerve Signaling, the first production within the AstraZeneca Nobel Medicine Initiative, explores how the Nobel Prize awarded achievements in Physiology or Medicine have contributed to our basic understanding of nerves and how it sends messages from one cell to another. By using a multimedia approach that incorporates texts, animations and images, you can find:
"By looking at the Nobel Prize awarded achievements and their contributions to knowledge about the nervous system, we hope that Nerve Signaling is a useful tool for educators and students", said Agneta Wallin Levinovitz, Executive Editor, Nobel Web.
To discover and explore Nerve Signaling, visit:
For a 1-minute informational video about Nerve Signaling, see: http://nobelprize.org/mediaplayer/index.php?id=1165
Nerve Signaling is part of the AstraZeneca Nobel Medicine Initiative, a global co-operation between AstraZeneca, Nobel Media AB and Nobel Web AB. The aim of the Initiative is to increase understanding of the Nobel Prize awarded achievements within the fields of Physiology or Medicine among the general public, and to explain the benefits of these discoveries.
To read more about the AstraZeneca Nobel Medicine Initiative, see: http://nobelprize.org/nobelweb/pressroom/2008/astrazeneca.html
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