Lightly baked Arctic char with crayfish broth, dill seed-infused onion, lightly smoked trout roe, crispy potato and watercress foam. Chef Tom Sjöstedt uses the season's ingredients and Swedish flavours. He works to build expectations by introducing small surprises during the meal, which guests will experience as the meal unfolds.
The Nobel Prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine and Literature and the Prize in Economic Sciences are awarded at the Stockholm Concert Hall. Watch the ceremony here.
The forum 2018 invites international dialogue on “How to solve the climate crisis?” Keynote speaker is Al Gore, former U.S. Vice-President and 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Watch the event here.
Violinist Lisa Batiashvili, praised for her virtuosity and profound sensitivity, was the soloist at the 2018 Nobel Prize Concert. Conductor Karina Canellakis led the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.
Nobel Laureates, world-leading scientists, policy makers and the general public joined in an inspiring discussion about "Water matters". Watch a video of the event here.
The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded on 10 December in a formal ceremony at the Oslo City Hall. Watch the 2018 ceremony here.
William D. Nordhaus
Prize Lecture: Climate Change: The Ultimate Challenge for Economics
Read William D. Nordhaus' banquet speech
Paul M. Romer
Prize Lecture: On the Possibility of Progress
Find out more about the 2018 Prize in Economic Sciences.
Frances H. Arnold
Watch the Nobel Lecture: Innovation by Evolution: Bringing New Chemistry to Life
George P. Smith
Watch the Nobel Lecture: Phage Display: Simple Evolution in a Petri Dish
Sir Gregory P. Winter
Watch the Nobel Lecture: Harnessing Evolution to Make Medicines
Read more about the 2018 Chemistry Prize.
Watch the Nobel Lecture Optical Tweezers and their Application to Biological System, held by René-Jean Essiambre.
Watch the Nobel Lecture: Passion for Extreme Light: for the greatest benefit to human kind
Watch the Nobel Lecture: Generating High-Intensity Ultrashort Optical Pulses
Find out more about the 2018 Physics Prize
James P. Allison
Nobel Lecture: Serendipities of acquired immunity
Each diploma is a unique work of art, created by leading Swedish and Norwegian artists and calligraphers. Look at some of the diplomas here.
The front of the gold Nobel Prize medals depict Alfred Nobel. The image on the reverse varies according to the institution awarding the prize. Read more about the medals.
The current amount is at SEK 9 million per full Nobel Prize. A Nobel Prize can be awarded to up to Three laureates who share the prize sum. Find out more about the prize amounts throughout history.
904 individuals and 24 organizations have been awarded Nobel Prizes so far. See the full list of all Nobel Laureates, awarded for "the benefit of humankind".
On 27 November 1895, Alfred Nobel signed his last will in Paris, France. The Swedish dynamite millionaire, who thought that his invention would end all wars, had now realised that it was a very deadly product. Wanting to make amends, he did what no man of such wealth had done before ...
On 10 December 1901 the first Nobel Prizes were awarded, in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace. Read more about the first prizes.
Chemist, engineer and industrialist Alfred Nobel left 31 million SEK (today about 265 million dollar) to fund the Nobel Prizes. Read more about his life and work.
The new Nobel Prize Lessons about this year's prizes are reliable and easy to use. Find the teacher's guides, slides, manuscripts and videos to use for free here. Print the texts for students and then start the class.
Manfred Eigen passed away on 6 February. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1967 for his studies of extremely fast reactions. Manfred Eigen was 91 years old.
Roy Glauber was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2005 for his theoretical description of the behaviour of light particles. He passed away on 26 December, age 93.
Physics Laureate Riccardo Giacconi was awarded the 2002 Physics Prize. He was instrumental in developing the first satellite and telescope to explore this previously hidden view of the universe.
Chemistry Laureate Aaron Klug passed away on 20 November. He was awarded the Nobel Prize "for his development of crystallographic electron microscopy and his structural elucidation of biologically important nucleic acid-protein complexes."