From Stefan Engeseth’s blog, a very clever programme from a mutual friend of ours working with the Nobel people.
Here’s your chance to ask a really smart guy a question. Now, this is engagement. Something a mayor should do.
There’s a bit more at the Nobel YouTube channel and the Nobel Prize site. Additionally, as Stefan points out:
If you are in Stockholm, you can ask questions at the special YouTube pod stationed at the Nobel Museum during October 20–24. Free admission will be given to visitors who ask a question to John Mather at the Nobel Museum, Stortorget 2, Gamla Stan.
Even if you don’t ask, walking around Gamla stan would be a pleasant way to spend an autumn day. Posted by Jack Yan, 04:49
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