Interactive visualisations

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2019

Below you reach pedagogical visualisations about the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics. There are two 3-to-5-minute long videos to show in the classroom and two interactive visualisation tools with a teacher’s guide. The visualisation tool can be used as a teacher-led lesson, or as an in-depth assignment for individual students. The visualisation tool can be paused and the teacher or the student can add notes in the slideshow with the drawing tool.

 

These visualisations are part of the Nobel Prize Lesson – Physics Prize 2019.
You can find the Swedish versions of the visualisations at the Nobel Prize Museum.

Half of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics rewards new understanding of the universe’s structure and history. The other half rewards the first discovery of a planet orbiting a solar-type star outside our solar system. These type of planets are called exoplanets.

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To cite this section
MLA style: Interactive visualisations. NobelPrize.org. Nobel Media AB 2019. Sun. 8 Dec 2019. <https://www.nobelprize.org/interactive-visualisations-physicsprize-2019/>

Pedagogical visualisations about one half of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2019, a 3-minute long video to show in the classroom and an interactive visualisation tool with a teacher’s guide.

The Nobel prize in Physics 2019 - visualisation

Pedagogical visualisations about one half of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2019, a 3-minute long video to show in the classroom and an interactive visualisation tool with a teacher’s guide.

Visualisation about the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics