During the Nobel Week each December, the world’s gaze turns towards Stockholm and Oslo. But during the rest of the year too, the Nobel Prize is found everywhere as a symbol of scientific success and genius.
In this panel discussion, we will talk about what the Nobel Prize means to scientists, how it looks in films and why there are so many detective stories about it. Panellists:
–Karin Bojs, author and science journalist
–Björn Runge, director of the Oscar-nominated The Wife and other films
–Olof Somell, project manager at the Nobel Prize Museum
–Gustav Källstrand, Nobel Prize Museum
Fotograf: Ulrica Zwenger
Glenn Close och Jonathan Pryce (The Wife, 2017)