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2011 Nobel Prize Announcements

This year's Nobel Prizes will be announced on Nobelprize.org starting with the Medicine Prize on Monday 3 October. Follow the announcements live on Nobelprize.org, read the press releases, listen to telephone interviews with the new Nobel Laureates and watch exclusive interviews with members of Nobel Committees.
Michael Brown

Partnerships, Puzzles and Paradigms: A Collaborative
Approach to Cholesterol

Watch Medicine Laureate Michael Brown lecture on his 39 years of collaboration with Joseph Goldstein, and their Nobel Prize awarded discoveries.

Nobel Laureates Have their Say about Humanity's Greatest Challenges

Ten Nobel Laureates express their views on humanity's greatest challenge, they voice their own personal message to the world and they present how they are making the world a better place.
Democracy map

International Day of Democracy,
15 September 2011

This day provides an opportunity for us all to review the state of democracy in the world. Democracy is a human right, but is still not a reality in all countries.

Nobel Laureate without Freedom

Which one of these Nobel Laureates was imprisoned when awarded the Nobel Prize? Choose a Laureate and click to submit your answer.
Lech Walesa Aung San Suu Kyi Nelson Mandela

Last Month's Question

Last month we asked who is the only woman awarded the Prize in Economic Sciences. 60% answered correctly, 'Elinor Ostrom'. 25% answered 'Rita Levi Montalcini', and 15% answered 'Bertha von Suttner'.
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