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The Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize

Nobelprize.org offers visitors a complete look at the history of the Nobel Prize biographical information on Alfred Nobel, a narrated, fourteen chapter slide show that marks the milestones leading to the awarding of the first Nobel Prizes, facts about the
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Nobelprize.org offers visitors a complete look at the history of the Nobel Prize: biographical information on Alfred Nobel, a narrated, fourteen-chapter slide show that marks the milestones leading to the awarding of the first Nobel Prizes, facts about the Prize and its past nominees and winners, and video archive of interviews, award ceremonies, documentaries, lectures, and book readings. An educational section includes interactive learning games and presentations through which students explore the topics related to the physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace, and economic sciences Prizes.

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