Nobel Prize

Your theory is crazy, but it's not crazy enough to be true.

Nobel Laureate: Aage Niels Bohr, Denmark, Physics 1922

Every year, millions of people wait for the Nobel Prize winners to be announced. They are special, they do something unimaginable to solve fundamental problems, to discover something that can make humanity's life better.

Nobel Laureates have made groundbreaking contributions to their respective fields over the last century. They have often pioneered new theories, developed innovative technologies or made significant discoveries that have advanced human knowledge and understanding. They have a relentless desire to explore and understand complex phenomena and often push the boundaries of existing knowledge with their research and experiments. Many of them have faced numerous challenges and setbacks in their pursuit of excellence. However, they show remarkable perseverance in the face of adversity and are not discouraged by failures or obstacles in their path.

While the Nobel Prize often recognizes the genius of the individual, collaboration and effective communication are also crucial aspects of scientific and academic success. Many laureates have collaborated with colleagues, shared ideas and disseminated their findings through publications, conferences and public lectures. With their discoveries and innovations, they address pressing problems, improve human welfare or revolutionize entire fields, leaving a lasting legacy that extends far beyond their own lifetimes. They value honesty, integrity and transparency in their dealings with colleagues, peers and the public, and adhere to the principles of scientific integrity and academic rigor.

Overall, Nobel Laureates are characterized not only by their intellectual brilliance and scientific achievements, but also by their resilience, curiosity, collaborative spirit and commitment to advancing knowledge for the benefit of humanity. They are people who should be role models for the younger generation. If we can contribute to this goal with our modest means, then we will have achieved our goal. Two outstanding scientists and Nobel Prize winners are also taking part in this conference. In this way, we can encourage the younger and older generations to pursue their goals and learn from those who have dedicated their lives to the betterment of humanity.