Sketches of Science

The series “Sketches of Science” by science photo­grapher Volker Steger is dedicated not only to the Laureates but also their discoveries: the Laureates were asked to put down their “inventions” on paper with crayons. The exhibition is a cooperative project of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and the Nobel Museum in Stockholm.

Below, you can download and view the art book with almost all sketches from the series, including the photographer's notes.

Martin Chalfie explains GFP: From jellyfish to test tube to petri dish to the C. elegans worm.<br>
Martin Chalfie explains GFP: From jellyfish to test tube to petri dish to the C. elegans worm.

 

Locations & Dates


Impressions of the “Sketches of Science” travelling exhibition


Current & Upcoming


Stockholm, Sweden
Nobel Museum
16 March – 4 September 2016


Francoise Barré-Sinoussi with a drawing of the HI virus.<br>
Francoise Barré-Sinoussi with a drawing of the HI virus.

 

Past

Moscow, Russia
GUM department store
October 2015

Stockholm, Sweden
Nobel Museum
8 June – 30 September 2012

Frankfurt, Germany
Airport Terminal A
5 December 2012 – 9 January 2013

Berlin, Germany
Landesvertretung Baden-Württemberg
18 January – 5 February 2013

Heidelberg, Germany
Carl-Bosch-Museum
22 February – 2 June 2013

Mainau Island, Germany
Mainau Castle
24 June – 31 August 2013

Singapore
Science Centre Singapore
16 September – 22 November 2013

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Galeri Petronas
12 December 2013 – 31 January 2014

Okinawa, Japan
OIST Main Campus
13 May – 6 July 2014

Sendai, Japan
Tohoku University
30 July – 31 August 2014

Seoul
Gwacheon National Science Museum
13 October – 23 November 2014

Davis, USA
University of California, Davis
6 – 28 January 2015

Washington, D.C.
House of Sweden
6 – 29 March 2015

Hannover, Germany
Hannover Messe
13 – 17 April 2015

Sir Harold Kroto explains not only the structure but also frequently used applications of the C60 molecule he discovered, called the bucky ball.<br>
Sir Harold Kroto explains not only the structure but also frequently used applications of the C60 molecule he discovered, called the bucky ball.

 


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