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Follow 2010 Nobel Prize Announcements Live with Nobelprize.org’s Channels and Services

30 September, 2010

Nobelprize.org, the official web site of the Nobel Prize, will provide real time updates about the 2010 Nobel Prizes as the news breaks, with live webcasts in HD quality of the Nobel Prize Announcements, including alerts on social media such as Twitter and Facebook.

Nobelprize.org provides the official news about the 2010 Nobel Prize Announcements as soon as they happen. The first announcement, for the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, will be made on 4 October 11:30 a.m. CET, 9:30 a.m. GMT at the earliest (see the full timetable of announcements here.

You can follow the news in the following ways:

  • Live webcast on Nobelprize.org. The press conferences from the Nobel Prize awarding institutions and exclusive interviews with members of Nobel Committees will be webcast live in HD quality on Nobelprize.org. If you cannot follow the live webcast, the announcements as well as interviews will be available as video on-demand after a few hours.  Additional material such as telephone interviews with the new Nobel Laureates and the opportunity to post congratulatory messages will be available.
  • Live Webcast Widget. You can embed the widget on your own web site or blog for up-to-the-minute news as they occur.
  • Facebook. Keep up with the latest news on the Nobelprize.org Facebook page, read comments and see additional photos of the new Nobel Laureates from Facebook Fans.
  • Twitter alerts. The Twitter feed (#nobelprize) lets you keep in touch with the Nobel Prize Announcements using the web, through SMS alerts on your phone, or instant messenger services. You can also post your congratulatory tweet on the feed.
  • Nobel Prize YouTube channel. Featured on YouTube is the continuation of Q&A sessions with Nobel Laureates. YouTube users can put their questions to the 2010 Nobel Laureates.

Background information on the new Nobel Laureates and their Nobel Prize awarded achievements, including the official documentation from the Nobel Prize awarding institutions, are available on Nobelprize.org as the announcements are made.

 

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Nobel Web AB is responsible for Nobelprize.org, the official web site of the Nobel Prize. Nobelprize.org acts as the online gateway to the Nobel Prize and hosts a unique collection of archival material on all Nobel Prizes from their inception in 1901 to the present day. Currently receiving well over 40 million visitors a year, Nobelprize.org aims to be the best source of information and educational materials related to the Nobel Prizes, and the site offers audio and video interviews, articles and interactive games alongside coverage of Nobel Prize announcements and the award ceremonies. Building on this deep base of resources focused around every individual Nobel Prize, Nobelprize.org aims to offer extra levels of understanding, affording visitors a larger view of the history of science and exhibiting each prize within its broader context.

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