On going

Difficult questions have no easy answers. Swedish-born inventor and industrialist Alfred Nobel realised this as far back as 1895, when he decided to reward those who “have conferred the greatest benefit to mankind” in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace efforts. Today, when faith in science has become shaky and witticisms win over facts, we have a very important task. Promoting science and humanism, as well as new ideas, is crucial in determining how tomorrow’s world will look.

The future Nobel Center in Stockholm will operate in this spirit, but we cannot wait for the building to be completed before we raise issues that concern us all as individuals, as well as humanity at large.

Under the heading “Nobel Calling!” we would like to invite your participation. We welcome you to attend fruitful meetings and unique events, often in the company of Nobel Laureates, prominent researchers or other curious, driven and courageous people who want to improve the world. When this year’s Nobel Laureates are announced in October, we have an especially large number of exciting activities you can participate in.
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