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Scientific lectures by scientists at the Niels Bohr Institute
Listen to the scientists lectures about their fascinating research into past climate, future quantum computers, the universe puzzles and world's wildest experiments in particle physics at CERN.

Professor Ignacio Cirac receives the Niels Bohr Institute Medal of Honour

20 February 2013

Lecture: Professor Ignacio Cirac receives the Niels Bohr Institute Medal of HonourIgnacio Cirac, the Director of the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics is being awarded the Niels Bohr Institute Medal of Honour.
 

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Retirementlecture by Professor Holger Bech Nielsen: My adventures in the world of Physics

10 September 2012

Retirementlecture by Holger Bech NielsenHolger Bech Nielsen has been for many years a professor in theoretical particle physics at NBI, where he started working in 1973, and is since Sept. 1, 2011 professor emeritus.

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Nobel Prize winner Andre Geim

22 February 2012

Lecture with Nobel Prize winner Andre GeimAndre Geim was awarded with The Niels Bohr Institute Medal of Honour in 2011. This is the lecture he gave at the award ceremony.
 

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Professor Sir John Pendry

14 December 2010

Professor Sir John Pendry, Imperial College, London is receiving the medal for his groundbreaking contributions to the development of meta-materials, i.e. materials with significant and new, unusual optical properties. Professor Sir John Pendry is receiving the medal for his groundbreaking contributions to the development of meta-materials, i.e. materials with significant and new, unusual optical properties.

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Professor Sir Timothy Berners-Lee

13 December 2010

Professor Sir Timothy Berners-Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston was responsible for the development of hypertext, the World Wide Web and hence the foundation for the modern internet. Professor Sir Timothy Berners-Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston was responsible for the development of hypertext, the World Wide Web and hence the foundation for the modern internet.

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Professor Kip Stephen Thorne

11 December 2010

Professor Kip Stephen Thorne, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena has made pioneering contributions to the study of black holes and gravitational waves.

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"Invisibility Cloak" by professor Sir John Pendry

16 August 2009

Professor Sir John Pendry, The Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London, UK has a background as a theoretical condensed matter physicist.
 

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