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Nobel Calling Stockholm 2020
Olof Somell of the Nobel Prize Museum

Nobel Calling Stockholm 2020

Stockholm University marks Nobel Calling Stockholm with filmed material and activities linked to the Nobel Prize, including a digital campus tour and a public lecture on the hunt for a cure for covid-19.

Svante Arrhenius - Sweden's first Nobel Laureate

Svante Arrhenius – Sweden's first Nobel Laureate

This week we are celebrating Nobel Calling Stockholm together with the Nobel Prize Museum. Svante Arrhenius was the first Swede to receive the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1903. Find out about more in this short video.

Nobel Walk

Nobel Walk 2020

Explore the links between Stockholm University and the Nobel Laureates during this virtual guided tour led by Olof Somell of the Nobel Prize Museum.

Lectures and events from previous years

Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek and host Johanna Koljonen

Quantum mechanics is a beautiful thing

“There was a call”, Frank Wilczek told the crowded hall during this conversation on physics, the Nobel Prize, beauty and knowledge in Kulturhuset, Stockholm.

How to pick a Nobel Laureate

How are Nobel Laureates chosen?

How does the nomination process work? What does the will of Alfred Nobel say? Listen to experts talk about how the Nobel Prizes are chosen. 

Nobel Laureates at Stockholm University

Nobelmedaljen. Nobelmedaljen är ett av Nobelstiftelsens registrerade varumärken

Four researchers from Stockholm University have received the Nobel Prize and a fifth has been awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

Stockholm University researchers in the Nobel Committees

The secretaries of both the Committees of Chemistry and Economic Sciences are professors at Stockholm University. Other researchers at the University also participate in these committees as members.