2019

Teaching and learning 11-13 September 2019, Delhi and Punjab, India Education is key to the future of humankind. By making education accessible to everyone, we can make sure that no human potential goes to waste. Through education we ensure that today’s students are ready to deal with the problems of tomorrow. Many Nobel Laureates talk…

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Into the unknown: uncertainty, risk and opportunity 9 December 2019, Gothenburg We can never know everything; all of our choices have elements of the unknown. As individuals and as a society we face many risks and uncertainties, but these can also be turned into opportunities. Indeed, embracing these uncertainties may often lead us to better…

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The Future of Ageing 22 May 2019, Madrid Nobel Laureates Finn Kydland, Edvard Moser, Edmund Phelps, Mario Vargas Llosa and Ada Yonath joined world-leading scientists, policy makers and thought leaders to put the spotlight on the future of ageing. How long will we live in the future? How long can we afford to live? How long should we…

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Fraser Stoddart 8 – 10 April 2019 Fraser Stoddart, 2016 Chemistry Laureate, visited three cities in Brazil as part of a Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative event held in partnership with AstraZeneca. He delivered lectures and on-stage interviews to students and scientists at the following institutions: Universidade de São Paulo Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária (National Health…

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The Future of Learning 19 January 2019, Santiago The Nobel Prize Dialogue in Santiago, Chile brought together Nobel Laureates, including Bruce Beutler, Serge Haroche, Michael Kosterlitz and Brian Schmidt, with world-leading scientists, policy makers and thought leaders to put the spotlight on the future of learning. We learn throughout our lives. We learn to adapt to change. We learn to…

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