Nobel Calling Stockholm 2022
Early October is when the recipients of this year’s Nobel Prizes get their magic phone calls. Once again, we will have reason to celebrate and understand the achievements of the laureates, which have contributed to the greatest benefit to humankind. You are invited to join us!
During Nobel Calling you will encounter scientists, Nobel Prize laureates, members of learned academies, writers and many others as the Nobel Prize Museum collaborates with a number of other parties to organise activities all over our city.
The fight for global compassion – a conversation with Nobel Prize laureate Kailash Satyarthi
30 September 2022, Nights at the Nobel Prize Museum
Indian activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kailash Satyarthi has worked against slave labor and child trafficking for decades. Welcome to a conversation about courage, justice and compassion.
Which historic Swedes would have received a Nobel Prize today?
3-7 October 2022, Stadshuset
During the tour, we tell about some of the historic Swedes whose images are displayed in the Golden Hall. The walls are decorated with 18 million mosaic pieces and the motifs tell the story of Sweden's history.
A journey through time to Nobel's Stockholm as seen in drawings of the city
Tuesday 4 October 2022, Stadsarkivet Liljeholmen
Welcome to an afterwork event at the Stockholm City Archive featuring conversations, live music and snacks. Lennart Ploom, director of the Stockholm City Archives, will converse with invited guests.
One hundred thousand people in Sweden are suffering from inflammatory bowel disease – the latest research findings
Tuesday 4 October 2022, Karolinska Institutet
Researchers belonging to the “Karolinska IBD Alliance” network will present new findings in the IBD field and show how coordination between the health care system, the patient and researchers can lead to better care.
Crash Course on the year's scientific Nobel Prizes
Wednesday 5 October 2022, Filmstaden Skandia-Teatern
What scientific discoveries are being rewarded this year? Join us for our Crash Course and hear directly from the Nobel Prize committees on who they selected and why their discoveries are so important.
Rosling seminar: Our planet, our health – an intergenerational dialogue
Wednesday 5 October 2022, Karolinska Institutet and online
The WHO and KI arrange an annual seminar with the aim of continuing to work in Rosling's spirit for fact-based decisions, the belief that change is possible and with the goal of eradicating world poverty.
Visit the largest zebrafish facility in the Nordic countries
Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 October 2022, Karolinska Institutet
The Zebrafish Core Facility will offer on-site guided tours for two days, enabling visitors to learn about our medical research, fish breeding practices, technology and much more. Glimpse a world of opportunities!
Precision medicine provides new opportunities for a healthier life – are you prepared to share your health data?
Thursday 6 October 2022, online
In recent years, medical research – alongside developments in biotechnology and AI – have made great strides towards what was once mainly a faraway vision – precision medicine.
The Prize in Economic Sciences at the Riksbank – panel discussion
Monday 10 October 2022, Riksbanken
The Prize in Economic Sciences shows us that economics covers a lot more territory – it is also about human behaviour, relationships and improving our societies. Members of the economics prize committee will explain.