Nobel Prize Laureates Discuss the World

Nobel Prize Laureates Discuss the World

Great minds think alike?

See the 2017 Nobel Prize Laureates discuss the world in the Nobel Prize Minds meet up. These innovators met at the Grünewald Hall in the Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm.

Enjoy the delightfully intellectual and playful discussion was hosted by the BBC’s Zeinab Badawi. The discussions range from topics on the mistakes that led them to start their journeys to the literary and scientific discoveries that led them to have this highest form of recognition. This roundtable really helps us understand what makes these people tick. These men are game changers of the highest order.

Where are the women?

One thing that irked me about this was the lack of women here, minus Badawi of course. So, I went looking and the the Nobel Prize website has a section called ‘Nobel Prize Awarded Women’. Do spend time there celebrating the achievements of 48 women that have been awarded the Nobel Prize between 1901 and 2017.

Also see ‘Where are all the female futurists?’ for more amazing women driving new thinking in the world, and go digging further into the site for more content and insights

 

Nobel Prize Laureates Discuss the World

Nobel Prize Laureates Discuss the World

Great minds think alike?

See the 2017 Nobel Prize Laureates discuss the world in the Nobel Prize Minds meet up. These innovators met at the Grünewald Hall in the Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm.

Enjoy the delightfully intellectual and playful discussion was hosted by the BBC’s Zeinab Badawi. The discussions range from topics on the mistakes that led them to start their journeys to the literary and scientific discoveries that led them to have this highest form of recognition. This roundtable really helps us understand what makes these people tick. These men are game changers of the highest order.

Where are the women?

One thing that irked me about this was the lack of women here, minus Badawi of course. So, I went looking and the the Nobel Prize website has a section called ‘Nobel Prize Awarded Women’. Do spend time there celebrating the achievements of 48 women that have been awarded the Nobel Prize between 1901 and 2017.

Also see ‘Where are all the female futurists?’ for more amazing women driving new thinking in the world, and go digging further into the site for more content and insights