The Nobel Prize has been awarded annually since 1901 for world achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace. This year the Nobel Foundation has teamed up with Google to livestream some of the key events during the Nobel Week on YouTube.
Today, the Nobel Prize Award Ceremonies are streamed live from Oslo and Stockholm. Make sure to tune in and watch the proceedings live from 11.50am-5pm GMT (12.50-18.00 CET).
Over the weekend the Nobel lectures given by the Nobel laureates were live streamed from Stockholm. Online audiences were invited to ask questions via Google Moderator for the Nobel Week Dialogue -- a full day of panel discussion with Nobel laureates, members of Barack Obama’s administration and other prominent politicians and authors. You can see all this and more at the Nobel Prize channel and engage on Google+ at google.com/+NobelPrize.
Jamie Dolling, YouTube UK, recently watched "2009 Nobel Peace Prize Lecture by Barack Obama".