Watch Nobel Laureates Lecture at Special Events Worldwide
24 February, 2010
Connecting Nobel Laureates in Chemistry and Physics with the next generation of scientists, the Honeywell-Nobel Initiative announces the latest in its unique series of lecture events that allows students and educators to follow and take part online.
The Honeywell-Nobel Initiative is an educational partnership between Honeywell, Nobel Web AB and Nobel Media AB, the centrepiece of which is a series of events that takes Nobel Laureates in Chemistry and Physics to selected universities worldwide. Providing personal insights into the science and stories behind their Nobel Prizes, the Nobel Laureates' lectures are streamed live and freely available to watch on the Honeywell-Nobel Initiative website (http://www.honeywellscience.com).
To complete the virtual experience, viewers can also pose questions to Nobel Laureates during the lectures on honeywellscience.com. Questions can also be posted on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Honeywell-Nobel-Initiative/24416139352), Twitter (http://twitter.com/HoneywellNobel) and Orkut (http://www.orkut.com/Main#Community.aspx?cmm=41602117) – where you can also follow real-time coverage of the events, share and discuss your favourite lectures, and keep up to date with news about future lecture events.
The next Spring 2010 lecture events are:
Tuesday 2 March 2010
11:15 (GMT -6 hours)
Robert Grubbs, 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Lecture title: Applications of Olefin Metathesis Catalysts
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States
Wednesday 14 April 2010
14:00 (GMT +8 hours)
David Gross, 2004 Nobel Prize in Physics
Lecture title: The Future of Physics
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
"The Honeywell-Nobel Initiative provides a wonderful opportunity to inspire young people to pursue science and take on the fascinating challenge of uncovering nature's secrets for the benefit of humankind," says Jerome Friedman (Nobel Prize in Physics, 1990). According to Horst Störmer (Nobel Prize in Physics, 1998), "The common language of Science is a powerful tool to bridge the gap between cultures. The Honeywell-Nobel Initiative can very productively affect the dialogue between nations."
For the complete schedule and to follow the webcasts of the lecture events, visit: http://www.honeywellscience.com/
To read more about the Honeywell-Nobel Initiative, see: http://nobelprize.org/nobelweb/pressroom/2007/honeywell.html
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Nobel Web AB is responsible for Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Foundation. 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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Nobel Media AB manages and develops rights connected with the Nobel Prize in the areas of TV/web production and distribution, publishing as well as events. The company is responsible for the official television programs about the Nobel Prize, and with these programs strives to spread knowledge about the Nobel Laureates and their achievements to a global audience. The Nobel Prize Series portfolio comprises a number of TV productions and documentaries: The Nobel Prize Award Ceremonies in Stockholm and Oslo, The Nobel Banquet, Nobel Documentaries, Nobel Minds, Nobel Highlights and the Nobel Prize Concert. These programs reach millions of viewers and web users all over the world.
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