News Coverage

News Coverage

Here are some selected articles, radio broadcasts and films reporting on the award of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Ben List.

Portrait of the Nobel Laureates on Swedish TV
Swedish TV made a  documentary on chemistry laureates Benjamin List and David MacMillan - the “wild brains” who developed a sharp tool for building molecules. Their discoveries are expected to have a major impact on the fight against cancer, HIV and hepatitis C. more
Nobel Minds 2021
The 2021 Nobel Prize laureates met digitally for the traditional round-table discussion and TV program 'Nobel Minds'. The discussion was hosted by the BBC's Zeinab Badawi. more
2021 Nobel Prize award ceremony
The Nobel Foundation pays tribute to this year’s laureates in a ceremony in the Blue Hall at the Stockholm City Hall. Speeches by Carl-Henrik Heldin, Chairman of the Nobel Foundation, and by members of the Nobel Prize awarding institutions are interwoven with the ceremonial presentations in the laureates’ home countries. more
06.10.2021: WDR extra on Nobel Prize for Ben List
A special broadcast by WDR Fernsehen about the Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Ben List. About the discovery, the euphoria after the announcement and reactions in Mülheim an der Ruhr. more
06.10.2021: Deutsche Welle
Report on the announcement of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry more
La Jolla researcher, Prof. Benjamin List, discusses being awarded with a Nobel prize in chemistry

08.10.2021: Ben List live via Zoom in San Diego TV KUSI NEWS

La Jolla researcher, Prof. Benjamin List, discusses being awarded with a Nobel prize in chemistry
<strong>Videopodcast, October 22</strong><br />PhD Speaker Bea Lansbergen speaks with Nobel Laureate Benjamin List about his work, the pivotal point on the way to the discovery of organocatalysis, and what it means for pharmaceutical research as well as medicine and industry.

A Nobel Science Conversation

Videopodcast, October 22
PhD Speaker Bea Lansbergen speaks with Nobel Laureate Benjamin List about his work, the pivotal point on the way to the discovery of organocatalysis, and what it means for pharmaceutical research as well as medicine and industry.

A Nobel Science Conversation

Podcast, October 22
PhD Speaker Bea Lansbergen speaks with Nobel Laureate Benjamin List about his work, the pivotal point on the way to the discovery of organocatalysis, and what it means for pharmaceutical research as well as medicine and industry.
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