Nobel prize
Alfred Nobel was inventor of
dynamite.
His father invented modern
plywood and worked on
"torpedo" project.
Nobel make most of his money by selling
dynamite all over the world.
Also he and his brother own Nobel Brothers'
Petroleum...
In 1888 by mistake
journalists printed message
about Nobel's death and
named it: "millionare on
blood", "king of dynamite"...
1. Physics,
2. Chemistry,
3. Physiology or Medicine,
4. Literature,
5. Peace
Each recipient, or laureate,
receives a gold ...
Nobel Prize Week
1. Nobel lecture
2. Nobel award ceremony
3. Nobel banquet
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Nobel Prize

  1. 1. Nobel prize
  2. 2. Alfred Nobel was inventor of dynamite. His father invented modern plywood and worked on "torpedo" project.
  3. 3. Nobel make most of his money by selling dynamite all over the world. Also he and his brother own Nobel Brothers' Petroleum Company in Baku (Azerbaijan)
  4. 4. In 1888 by mistake journalists printed message about Nobel's death and named it: "millionare on blood", "king of dynamite" etc. It was one of the main reason of creation Nobel Prize. Nobel was pacifist.
  5. 5. 1. Physics, 2. Chemistry, 3. Physiology or Medicine, 4. Literature, 5. Peace Each recipient, or laureate, receives a gold medal, a diploma and a sum of money As of 2012, each prize was worth US $1.2 million.
  6. 6. Nobel Prize Week 1. Nobel lecture 2. Nobel award ceremony 3. Nobel banquet
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