Nobel Conference Lectures Now Online

Posted on October 19th, 2007 by

The 43rd annual Nobel Conference, “Heating Up: The Energy Debate,” which drew more than 6,000 people to Gustavus Adolphus College Oct. 2-3, is now available online in audio and video format. The conference’s seven lectures, which discussed an array of issues including global warming, climate change, peak oil, biofuels, and greenhouse gas emissions can be viewed by going online to www.gustavus.edu/nobelconference.

For more than four decades, Gustavus has organized and hosted the Nobel Conference, which links a general audience, including high school and college students and teachers, with the world’s foremost scholars and researchers in discussion centered on contemporary issues relating to the natural and social sciences.

The Nobel Conference is the first ongoing education conference in the United States to have the official authorization of The Nobel Foundation in Stockholm, Sweden.

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