7 November 2015 - 24 January 2016, Free Admission
The Nobel Prize is one of the world's most famous awards. It celebrates achievements at the intersection of art, science, technology and culture in six fields: physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, peace, and economic sciences.
Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has rewarded the creativity and innovation of Nobel Laureates worldwide. Their efforts may be the key to unlocking answers to the major challenges of the future.
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The Nobel Prize: Ideas Changing the World exhibition is part of the global premiere of The Nobel Prize Series in Singapore, produced by Nobel Media and the Nobel Museum in partnership with Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore). The event features a main conference and an executive roundtable about “The Future of Learning”, four public lectures incorporating dialogues with students, as well as this exhibition at ArtScience Museum. Five Nobel Laureates – Professor Ada Yonath (Chemistry, 2009), Sir Harold Walter Kroto (Chemistry, 1996), Sir James Mirrlees (Economic Sciences, 1996), Professor Stefan Hell (Chemistry, 2014), and Professor Wole Soyinka (Literature, 1986), as well as the world’s leading minds on global affairs and development, will converge in Singapore to discuss the latest thinking that will impact the future of learning and development. Before The Nobel Prize: Ideas Changing the World exhibition opening on 7 November, head to the Nobel Prize Series conference and executive roundtable, happening in Singapore from 5 to 6 November 2015.
About the Exhibition
The Nobel Prize is one of the world's most famous awards. It celebrates achievements at the intersection of art, science, technology, and culture in six fields: physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, peace, and economic studies.
The Nobel Prize: Ideas Changing the World is an exhibition about the Nobel Prize, its founder, Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Laureates, and how Nobel Prize-awarded efforts have shaped and continue to change our world. The exhibition consists of five themes: The Nobel Prize, Alfred Nobel, The Nobel Prize Over the Decades, The Nobel Prize in Our Daily Lives, and the Nobel Prize in the Future. It also highlights the Nobel Laureates in an interactive presentation, with a spotlight on Sydney Brenner, a Nobel Laureate who has contributed more to Singapore's scientific developments than any individual in the past three decades.
Concluding the exhibition is The Collision Space, a shared gallery with the Collider exhibition, which provides a hands-on exploration of some of the many Nobel Prize awarded discoveries made at CERN, and their global impact.
About the Nobel Museum
The Nobel Museum’s aim is to spread knowledge as well as to create interest and discussion around the natural sciences and culture through creative learning and exhibition techniques, modern technology and elegant design.
At the Nobel Museum, you will learn more about the Nobel Prize and its founder, as well as the Nobel Laureates and their creative endeavours. The Nobel Museum opened in 2001 and is situated in one of Stockholm’s most beautiful 18th-century buildings in Gamla Stan.