Friday, December 7, 2012 | 8:19 PM
Labels: European Union
Every year since 1901 the Nobel Prize has been awarded for world achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and for peace. This year, The Nobel Foundation has teamed up with Google to livestream some of the key events during the Nobel week on YouTube, including the Nobel Lectures by the prize winners in Stockholm, December 7-8 and the Nobel Prize Award Ceremonies in Oslo, December 10.
The Nobel Week Dialogue will also be covered live. This is a full day of panel discussions and seminars with Nobel laureates, members of Barack Obama’s administration and other prominent politicians and authors. You can participate by submitting questions through Google Moderator and these will be addressed by Nobel Laureates during live streamed lectures. Throughout the week, the Nobel Foundation will actively engage on google.com/+NobelPrize and organize a panel debate through Hangouts On Air, December 9.
Finally, if you’re one of the 500 million people that live in the EU, this year’s Peace Prize lecture and award ceremony may be of particular interest to you, as the European Union won it. Tune in at 12:50 CET on Monday 10th December to learn more!