Nobel Calling Stockholm
During the first week of October, this year’s Nobel Prize laureates will receive their magic phone calls and the world’s spotlight will be on research, science, literature and peace efforts that will confer great benefits on us all. But in what way? The Nobel Prize Museum will be your guide throughout the week, presenting topical conversations and programmes about the new prizes.
In partnership with a number of other actors, the museum is also organising other activities all over Stockholm. Many of these activities are free, some are in English and some require a ticket. Visit world-leading labs, feel like a Nobel Prize laureate in the Blue Hall, participate in conversations about literature, peace and the brand-new Nobel Prizes, listen to earlier Nobel Prize laureates and much more as we celebrate progress, new ideas and discoveries during Nobel Calling Stockholm.
Here you will find the full programme and everything you need to know. Welcome!
Determination and Change - Conversation with Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakkol Karman
28 September 2023, Nobel Prize Museum
Tawakkol Karman meets with Carin Klaesson from the Nobel Prize Museum in a discussion about courage, determination, and how injustice against an individual is injustice against all humanity.
Live-streamed announcements of the year's Nobel Prizes
2-9 October 2023, Nobel Prize Museum
We will live-stream when each Nobel Prize committee announces who will be awarded this year’s Nobel Prize in its field. We will have experts on our stage, who help us understand what achievements are being rewarded.
Human papillomavirus – from discovery to eradication of cervical cancer
6 October 2023, Karolinska Institutet Biomedicum and digitally
A seminar on the path from the discovery of human papillomaviruses (HPVs) that cause cervical cancer, to preventive vaccines and the current state of HPV eradication.