Ready to use lessons on the 2021 Nobel Prizes, published here the day after each announcement. The lessons are so easy to use, that a teacher can look through the manual, watch the slides, print the texts for students and then start the class.

# Nobel Prize lessons 2021

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### Nobel Prize Lessons

"Receptors reacting to temperature and pressure", a Nobel Prize lesson about the 2021 medicine prize.

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"Hidden patterns in the climate and in other complex phenomena", a Nobel Prize lesson about the 2021 physics prize.

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"A new tool in the chemist’s toolbox", a Nobel Prize lesson about the 2021 chemistry prize.

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A Nobel Prize lesson about the literature prize 2021, awarded to Tanzanian author Abdulrazak Gurnah, "for his uncompromising and compassionate penetration of the effects of colonialism and the fate of the refugee in the gulf between cultures and continents."

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A Nobel Prize lesson about the peace prize 2021, awarded to Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov for their courageous efforts on behalf of freedom of expression.

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"Natural experiments help answer important questions", a Nobel Prize lesson about the 2021 prize in economic sciences.

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Find the lesson here.

From receptors for temperature and touch to organocatalysis. A compassionate voice of the effects of colonialism to efforts to safeguard freedom of expression. Understanding complex systems to new insights about the labour market.

Now you can bring the achievements made by the 2021 Nobel Prize laureates into the classroom!

A 45 minutes lesson on all the 2021 Nobel Prizes. Find the lesson here.

Now you can bring the achievements made by the 2021 Nobel Prize laureates into the classroom!

A 45 minutes lesson on all the 2021 Nobel Prizes. Find the lesson here.