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Nobel update: ceremony livestream

  • Professor Emeritus Art McDonald speaks at a luncheon at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, hosted by Queen's University, honouring him for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics. (Photo by Gunnar Seijbold)
    Professor Emeritus Art McDonald speaks at a luncheon at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, hosted by Queen's University, honouring him for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics. (Photo by Gunnar Seijbold)
  • Queen's hosted a special luncheon at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm on Wednesday, Dec. 9 honouring Professor Emeritus Art McDonald for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics.
    Queen's hosted a special luncheon at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm on Wednesday, Dec. 9 honouring Professor Emeritus Art McDonald for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics.
  • Professor Emeritus Art McDonald speaks with Principal Daniel Woolf at the luncheon at Stockholm's Grand Hotel hosted by Queen's University.
    Professor Emeritus Art McDonald speaks with Principal Daniel Woolf at the luncheon at Stockholm's Grand Hotel hosted by Queen's University.
  • Professor Emeritus Art McDonald presents his research to students at Norra Real High School, the oldest upper-secondary school in Stockholm.
    Professor Emeritus Art McDonald presents his research to students at Norra Real High School, the oldest upper-secondary school in Stockholm.
  • Professor Emeritus and Nobel Laureate Art McDonald explains his research on neutrinos to students at Norra Real High School
    Professor Emeritus and Nobel Laureate Art McDonald explains his research on neutrinos to students at Norra Real High School

The Queen's Gazette provides a daily update on Professor Emeritus Arthur McDonald's activities during his time in Sweden for Nobel Week

2015 Nobel Prize Ceremony Livestream

Live from the Stockholm Concert Hall on Dec. 10, watch Dr. Arthur B. McDonald take centre stage as he receives the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Join the Office of the Vice-Principal (Research) and the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics, & Astronomy at 10:15 am for a live streaming of the ceremony in Stirling Hall (64 Bader Lane), Lecture Theatre D.

Light refreshments will be served.

For those unable to attend the viewing, the Nobel Prize Ceremony will be broadcast via live stream on the Nobel Prize Organization's website. Be sure to tune in!


On Wednesday, Queen’s celebrated Dr. McDonald’s remarkable accomplishments with a luncheon at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm. Later in the day, Dr. McDonald visited Norra Real High School, the oldest upper-secondary school in Stockholm. During the visit, Dr. McDonald took part in a special lecture for students along with co-winner Takaaki Kajita of the University of Tokyo.

Check out photos of today's eventsin the Nobel Week Flickr album, on Dr. McDonald’s Facebook page and here on the Gazette website.

Find the full list of Nobel Week activities...