Beautiful Minds - the centennial exhibition of the Nobel prizes was opened by the Governor Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC, CVO.
Dignitaries included Professor Svante Linqvist (Director Nobel Museum), Mrs Karin Ehnbom-Palmquist (Ambassador of Sweden to Australia and New Zealand), Professor Robin Warren (Nobel Laureate Medicine, 2005), Professor Clive Granger (Nobel Laureate Economics, 2003). George Negus was the Master of Ceremonies
Distinguished Public Lecture Series
A series of public lectures by distinguished local and overseas Nobel Laureates is now available for download here.
Celebrate Swedish National Day
Come along to the Swedish Business and Cultural Activities at UTS
Experience the Swedish School Choir and Linnea Folk Dancers - as well as promotion activities by Volvo, IKEA, SAS, MyPlanet/Bentours, Embassy of Sweden, and others.Date: June 6 2007
Time: 4:00 - 6:00pm
Venue: UTS Tower Bldg Lobby No. 1 Broadway, Ultimo
Cost: Free of charge
Creativity Writing Competition
The Institute for International Studies, UTS, is hosting a national competition in writing and translation in conjunction with Beautiful Minds: The Centennial Exhibition of Nobel Prizes. The theme of the competition is: Translation, Understanding, Creativity.
The competition is being run with two categories for entry: (1) current high school students; and (2) current University undergraduate students. Entrants must be currently studying at either an Australian High School or Australian University in order to enter their respective category.
Download the Media release for this competition (PDF, 38.4KB)
- Beautiful Minds Exhibition Media Pack:
- Beautiful Minds Opens media release (PDF, 37.2KB)
- About the Nobel Prizes (PDF, 35.1KB)
- Australian Nobel Laureates (PDF, 48.1KB)
- Exhibition Notes (PDF, 99KB)
- Nobel Prizes trivia (PDF, 46KB)
- Media tour (Tues April 17) invitation (PDF, 38KB)
Stories in U Magazine:
- Beautiful Minds (U Magazine No 02: 2 April - 7 May 2007)