A film about graphene

In 2010 the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov for their “groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene.”

In connection with the exhibition The Nobel Prize: Ideas Changing the World, a new film about graphene is shown. 

Graphene has potential and could open many exciting possibilites, but so far nothing has gone to industrial production. We will see whta the future may bring. 

“A film about graphene” is directed by Karin Wegsjö. 

Showing now: Experiment

17 September 2016 – 10 September 2017

Explore the wide range of experiments from throughout Nobel history.

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Exhibitions

Nobel Creations Inspires Creativity and Ingenuity in the U.S.

Nobel Creations: Inspired by the Nobel Prize has made its U.S. debut at the American Swedish Institute (ASI) in Minneapolis, MN, USA to much acclaim. It can be seen until May 26th.

Publicerad 28 Apr. Comments

Book bindings in new exhibition

The Nobel Museum have since 2006 produced exhibitions where book binders are invited to interpret Nobel Laureates in Literature. In this year's exihibiton, Alice Munro and Mo Yan are interpreted by Swedish, Canadian and Chinese book binders. 

The exhibition is on show until September 27.  

Publicerad 16 Apr. Comments

New exhibitions over the world

The Nobel Museum are opening new exhibitons all over the world. We can be seen from the Americas to Asia. 

Publicerad 4 Mar. Comments

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