Welcome to the Academy's press room. Here, we publish the latest information for media about current and coming press actitivies.
Oppurtunity to meet this years Nobel Laureates in Physics, Chemistry and the Nobel memorial prize Laureate in Economic Sciences
The Royal Swedish Academy invites the press to a unique oppurtunity to meet this years Laureates on the 7th of December at a press conference.
Please note that this event is for the press only. Press ID and personal ID-card is required.
After the press conference the Laureates will be available for individual interviews.
The press conference starts at 9 am CET, with individual interviews until 10.30.
Compulsory registration for the press conference with requests for interview/interviews. Please follow the link:
Registration and bookings of interviews.
The following day, on the 8th of December, the Lauriates will hold their official Nobel Lectures at Stockholm University. Members of the press, please e-mail press officer Jessica Balksjö Nannini, at email@example.com, if you wish to attend.
A copyright agreement with the Nobel Media is needed to film and broadcast the Nobel Lectures 2014. It may be obtained via e-mail from the Press officer at the Academy, Jessica Balksjö Nannini.
The hall will be open from 08.40 CET. Please note that it is not possible to make reservations.
More information about the Nobel Lectures.
The Nobel Lectures will be broadcast live as web-TV at http://kva.se and http://nobelprize.org, and will within a week be available on demand at http://kvatv.se
Last year's press conference at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, with 2013 years Nobel Laureates in Physics, Chemistry and the Nobel memorial prize Laureates in Economic Sciences.
Photo: Markus Marcetic
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This year marks the 275th anniversary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The Academy was founded in 1739 and is an independent organization whose overall objective is to promote the sciences and strengthen their influence in society. The Academy takes special responsibility for the natural sciences and mathematics, but endeavours to promote the exchange of ideas between various disciplines.