Swedish Nobel Museum 10th award ceremony approaching, bustling December 9th 17:41
In front of the Nobel Prize award ceremony, the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, has a corner to introduce the award winners such as Akira Yoshino, who won the Chemistry Award, and is crowded with many people.
The Nobel Museum in Stockholm shows the achievements of Alfred Nobel and successive Nobel Prize winners on a panel, and is crowded with many people as the award ceremony is held on the 10th of local time.
At the entrance of the museum, there is a corner to introduce the award winners. On the panel of the chemical award, a portrait of Yoshino and two co-winners is displayed.
In addition, a model of the lithium-ion battery donated by Mr. Yoshino and the items related to the research at the time were displayed immediately, and the visitors were looking at them with interest.
A Japanese student who came from Lithuania, where he was studying, said, “I was glad to know in detail about the breathing of Yoshino and what he was doing.”
Jacob Frederickson, a guide at the museum, said, “Nobel Week is special this week, with 100 people visiting every hour. December is very busy, but you can spend time with visitors at the museum. It was a valuable month. "