The New York University Institute Abu Dhabi announced the launch of a series of six archival lectures hosted by the Institute with the participation of a group of Nobel Prize winners, in order to provide an opportunity for individuals in their homes to get acquainted with the most important thinkers and speakers closely, through this series available on the official channel of the New York University Institute on YouTube.

The launch of this series via the Internet comes within the framework of efforts to support the #Khalak_in the House campaign during the holy month of Ramadan, and the community's commitment to social divergence, where the public will be able to delve into a number of important topics and questions, such as: How electricity works to strengthen our muscles, and try to go deeper and understand The origin of cellular life. The series of recordings for the Nobel Prize Laureates includes the following lectures: The 2003 American Biophysicist Roderck McKinnon Nobel Prize in Chemistry lecture, dialogue with Woolley Soyinka the Nigerian Nobel Prize-winning writer, poet and political activist, among others.

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