When Swedish chemist and inventor Alfred Nobel died in 1895, he probably never imagined that the anniversary of his death would turn into one of the most celebrated days in academia. Today, the Nobel Prize Banquet, which immediately follows the Nobel Prize Awards, is the highest profile event of the year in Sweden, as well as widely recognized throughout the world. The event is held annually on December 10, the day of Nobel's death, in the Blue Hall of Stockholm City Hall. It is attended by ...

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