The Nobel Week Dialogue is an open one-day meeting during the annual Nobel Week, held early each December, bringing together Nobel Laureates, world-leading scientists, policy makers and thought leaders for discussions that cross the traditional boundaries between science and society. The meeting is free to attend, and alternates between Stockholm and Gothenburg, Sweden.
The 2016 Nobel Week Dialogue took place in Stockholm on 9 December 2016. Nobel Laureates, world-leading scientists, policy makers and the general public joined in an inspiring event.
At the fourth Nobel Week Dialogue, held in Gothenburg, every single seat was filled with a record number of more than 1500 participants.
Audiences across the globe joined Nobel Laureates, world-leading scientists, experts and thought leaders in a dialogue on the scientific and cultural implications of our ageing world.
The Nobel Week Dialogue, visiting Gothenburg for the first time, provided an opportunity for discussions that cross the traditional boundaries between science and society.
A brand new feature of the 2012 Nobel Week in Stockholm, the inaugural Nobel Week Dialogue brought together 35 panellists and 1100 participants to discuss The Genetic Revolution and its Impact on Society.