The Bubble Chamber

Alfred Nobel had a lot of ideas. For example, he invented dynamite. He decided to give the money he made to other people. People who are bubbling with ideas. That is how the Nobel Prizes got started. The Nobel Prizes have been given out for more than one hundred years. There are prizes in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace and economics. In the Bubble Chamber, you will learn about the Nobel Prize subjects and about Alfred Nobel.

Puppets in the Bubbel Chamber

The Bubble Chamber has something for everybody, but mostly for children 3-11 years old.

The making of the Bubble Chamber depended on the generosity of its former sponsor: Kia Motors Sweden AB.

 Photo: Martha Bojassen, Jeanette Peterberg

Products for children in the museum shop

In the museum shop there is a wide range of products suitable for children. Here you will find inspiring books in different subjects and languages, and different products aiming to rouse curiosity and creativity in children.

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News

December artefact – Nobel Laureates 2016

The Nobel Laureates of 2016 presented us with artefacts ranging from clogs to manuscripts to molecular models. 

Publicerad 15 Dec. Comments

November artefact – Paul Modrich

When Paul Modrich, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2015, visited the Nobel Museum he gave us a canvas print showing Human Mismatch Recognition Protein MutSα. But he also gave us a promise that when he went to his family’s summerhouse in New Mexico, he would pack and send us a chemistry-memory from his childhood.

Publicerad 1 Nov. Comments

October artefact – Heavy Water

A scale and two glass jars filled with water. One says H2O – regular water – and the other D2O – heavy water. What can these jars possibly say about the universe?

Publicerad 13 Oct. Comments

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