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From liver cancer to acute promyelocytic leukemia, and beyond

Sjöberg Prize Laureate Anne Dejean, Institut Pasteur and Inserm, Paris, France. From: Sjöberg Prize Lectures, 2018-04-12.

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Sjöbergpriset 2019

Sjöbergpriset 2019 tilldelas Dennis J. Slamon, University of California, Los Angeles och Brian J. Druker, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, USA ”för avgörande insatser vid den kliniska utvecklingen av målstyrd behandling, riktad mot cancercellers genetiska förändringar.”

Sjöberg Prize 2019

The Sjöberg Prize 2019 is awarded to Dennis J. Slamon, University of California, Los Angeles and Brian J. Druker, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, USA “for their groundbreaking contributions to the clinical development of targeted therapy directed against genetic aberrations in cancer.”

What’s under a volcano… and how do we know? A new paradigm provides new perspectives

Katharine Cashman, University of Bristol, UK. Introduction by Hans Annersten, member of the class for geosciences, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Open Academy Lecture, 2019-01-16.

Crafoordpriset i biovetenskaper 2019

Sallie W. Chisholm, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, Cambridge, USA, tilldelas Crafoordpriset i biovetenskaper 2019 ”för upptäckten och banbrytande studier av jordens vanligaste fotosyntetiserande organism, Prochlorococcus”. Video News Release: Crafoordpriset i biovetenskaper 2019, 2019-01-17.

Crafoord Prize in Biosciences 2019

Sallie Chisholm receive the Crafoord Prize in in Biosciences 2019 “for the discovery and pioneering studies of the most abundant photosynthesising organism on Earth, prochlorococcus”. Video News Release: Crafoord Prize in Biosciences 2019, 2019-01-17.

Optical Tweezers and their Application to Biological Systems

Nobel Laureate in Physics 2018: Arthur Ashkin, Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, USA (lecture held by René-Jean Essiambre, Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, USA). Introduction by Olga Botner, Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Physics. From: The Nobel Lectures 2018, 2018-12-08.

Generating High-Intensity Ultrashort Optical Pulses

Nobel Laureate in Physics 2018: Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo, Canada. Introduction by Olga Botner, Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Physics. From: The Nobel Lectures 2018, 2018-12-08.

Passion for Extreme Light: for the greatest benefit to humankind

Nobel Laureate in Physics 2018: Gérard Mourou, École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France and University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA. Introduction by Olga Botner, Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Physics. From: The Nobel Lectures 2018, 2018-12-08.

Phage Display: Simple Evolution in a Petri Dish

Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2018: George P. Smith, University of Missouri, Columbia, USA. Introduction by Sara Snogerup Linse, member of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry. From: The Nobel Lectures 2018, 2018-12-08.

Harnessing Evolution to Make Medicines

Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2018: Sir Gregory P. Winter, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK. Introduction by Sara Snogerup Linse, member of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry. From: The Nobel Lectures 2018, 2018-12-08.

Innovation by Evolution: Bringing New Chemistry to Life

Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2018: Frances H. Arnold, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA. Introduction by Sara Snogerup Linse, member of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry. From: The Nobel Lectures 2018, 2018-12-08.

Climate Change: The Ultimate Challenge for Economics

Laureate in Economic Sciences 2018: William D. Nordhaus, Yale University, New Haven, USA. Introduction by Per Krusell, member of the Committee for the Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel. From: The Nobel Lectures 2018, 2018-12-08.

On the Possibility of Progress

Laureate in Economic Sciences 2018: Paul M. Romer, New York University, New York, USA. Introduction by Per Krusell, member of the Committee for the Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel. From: The Nobel Lectures 2018, 2018-12-08.

Press conference with the 2018 Nobel Laureates in Physics and Chemistry and the Laureates in Economic Sciences

Paul M. Romer and William D. Nordhaus; Laureates in Economic Sciences. Sir Gregory P. Winter, George P. Smith and Frances H. Arnold; Nobel Laureates in Chemistry. Donna Strickland and Gérard Mourou; Nobel Laureates in Physics. Introduction by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Press conference with the 2018 Laureates in Physics, Chemistry and Economic Sciences, 2018-12-07.

What is a random walk?

Stanislav Smirnov, Universite de Geneve, Switzerland. Introduction by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Nils Dencker, member of the Academy’s class for mathematics. From: Open Academy Lecture, 2018-11-28.

Lessons for the 21st century from medical pioneers in the “mists of time”?

Iain McInnes, Institute of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. Welcome remarks by Olle Kämpe, the Crafoord Prize Committee for Polyarthritis and Anders Bengtsson, Lund University. From: Crafoord Academy Lecture 2018: Lessons for the 21st century from medical pioneers in the “mists of time”?, 2018-11-27.

Cities – the frontlines for global sustainability, part 1

Xuemei Bai, Australian National University and Will Steffen, Australian National University. Introduction by Agneta Sundin, the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics and Wendy Broadgate, Future Earth. Dance performance by Mario Perez Amigo. From: Cities – the frontlines for global sustainability, 2018-11-27.

Cities – the frontlines for global sustainability, part 2

Kazuhiko Takeuchi, Tokyo University and United Nations University; Åsa Gren, the Beijer Institute; Thomas Elmqvist, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University and panel discussion. Dance performance by Mario Perez Amigo. From: Cities – the frontlines for global sustainability, 2018-11-27.
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