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The Swedish Royal Family and their guests mingle at the Nobel Banquet at Stockholm City Hall


A lavish banquet was held in honor of the Nobel laureates at Stockholm City Hall on Saturday evening.

Around 1,500 guests were invited to the event, including 30 past winners from the past three years.

Members of the Swedish royal family were also present.

The festivities followed the Nobel Prize award ceremony at the capital’s concert hall, the first in three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Guests were treated to speeches by this year’s winner, including French physicist Alain Aspect and American chemist Carolyn Bertozzi.

“Do you have a permanent position? Aspect said.

“Those were John Bell’s first words in 1975 when I finished describing the outline of the experiment I was planning.

“He explained that working on a test of the inequalities he had discovered would be considered a waste of time, even crackpot physics, as John Clauser knows very well.

“But when I told him I had a permanent position, he encouraged me to pursue a project that would address the heart of Einstein’s worldview.

“Bell had demonstrated that a long-standing debate between Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr over the interpretation of the formalism of quantum mechanics can be settled experimentally.”

In Olso, a traditional torchlight procession welcomed the Nobel Peace Prize laureates. Some participants reflected on the nationalities of this year’s winners, who hail from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.

“It is very powerful to hear how they live in Ukraine now. Very powerful to hear Belarusians talking about friends and colleagues who are imprisoned. We can do this without risking anything. It cannot be done in Russia, neither in Belarus nor in Ukraine,” said one participant, Anne Marit.

The torchlight procession started at Jernbanetorget in the Norwegian capital and ended outside the Grand Hotell on Karl Johan, where the peace prize winners came out onto the balcony to wave to the crowds.

euronews Gt

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