In order to develop the scientific and educational potential of the country, the Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the G-Global International Secretariat and the Inclusive Development Fund will hold the III Nobel Fest on October 26-29. The Science Festival will be held on the eve of the World Science Day for Peace and Development.
Zhubanov University, among the leading universities of Kazakhstan, will be a partner of the Nobel Festival for the second time. Teachers, students and scientists will be able to participate in meetings and master classes. A press conference “III Nobel Fest “The Future is already today” was held today, in which the issues of organizing the festival were discussed.
More than 40,000 participants, 4 Nobel Prize laureates and 2 winners of the Breakthrough Prize (Scientific Oscar), as well as a number of world-famous experts are planned for the III Nobel Fest. The key events will be lectures by Nobel laureates.
“The Nobel Festival is a reflection of modern scientific and technological achievements in the world. The headliners of the third Nobel Festival were four Nobel laureates: Peace Prize laureate, green energy expert Rae Kwon Chung, the most quoted economist in the world Michael Spence, Nobel Prize winner in Economics 2020 Paul Milgrom, as well as Peace Prize winner Tavakul Karman, who will talk about the role of women as leaders,” said one one of the organizers of the festival, Director of the Inclusive Development Fund in Kazakhstan Maksat Kurbenov.
On the platform of the III Nobel Fest, such stars as:
Mo Gavdat – ex Commercial Director of Google [x],
Yuval Noah Harari is a world historian and author of the bestsellers “Sapiens: A Brief History of Mankind”, “Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow”, “21 Lessons for the XXI Century” and “Sapiens: A Graphic History” (his books have sold 27.5 million copies in 60 languages), Luke Julia – creator of Apple Siri and Chief Engineer of Renault Group, Jane Goodall is an influential conservationist and UN Peace Ambassador, Rae Kwon Chung – Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (2007), Member of the International Committee for the Award of the Global Energy Prize, Paul Robert Milgrom – Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics (2020), Professor at Stanford University and many others.