2019 Nobel Lectures
The Nobel Prize award ceremony takes place in Konserthuset Stockholm, Sweden, on 10 December. The live stream starts at 16.30 CET.
7 December 14.00 CET
Nobel Lectures in Physiology or Medicine
William G. Kaelin Jr: The von Hippel-Lindau Tumor Suppressor Protein: Insights into Oxygen Sensing
Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe: Elucidation of Oxygen Sensing Systems in Human and Animal Cells
Gregg L. Semenza: Hypoxia-Inducible Factors in Physiology and Medicine
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8 December 9.00 CET
Nobel Lectures in Physics
Nobel Lectures in Chemistry
John B. Goodenough: Designing Lithium-ion Battery Cathodes
(delivered by Arumugam Manthiram)
M. Stanley Whittingham: The Origins of the Lithium Battery
Akira Yoshino: Brief History and Future of Lithium-ion Batteries
Prize Lectures in Economic Sciences
Abhijit Banerjee: Field experiments and the practice of economics
Esther Duflo: Field experiments and the practice of policy
Michael Kremer: Experimentation, Innovation, and Economics
This year's theme was 'Into the unknown: Uncertainty, risk and opportunity'. Nobel Laureates and other experts tackled fundamental questions about how uncertainty and risk affect our society, our culture and our daily lives: How do we evaluate risk? How do we live with uncertainty?