Nobel Conference

The Nobel Conference is an internationally-renowned science conference that tackles a different scientific theme each year. Held at the beginning of October, highly respected scientists from around the world come to give lectures and seminars. The conference is attended by thousands including Gustavus students, staff and faculty, St. Peter community members, students from other colleges and schools, members of the science community, and more.

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External link

Nobel Video Stream

Each year during the Nobel Conference a live video stream is available for viewing. The live stream is available from any of the Live Video links on the Nobel Conference site, or by clicking on the Nobel Conference logo at the top of the page. Past year archives are available at the Gustavus YouTube page. This years archives will be posted soon.

Closed Captioning

For Closed Captioning, please click the Closed Caption link below the video stream, then click the View the HD stream with Closed Captions.

You can also watch the stream with VLC. VLC_Media_Player#Playing_Gustavus_Live_Streams_on_VLC

You can also get a text only version at https://gustavus.edu/livecc

Troubleshooting

If you are having issues with the video not playing smoothly, please try choosing a lower quality video stream from the HD menu in the video player.

If your video occasionally looks corrupted, pausing and restarting the video may fix it.

You can also try:

If you experience troubles or have questions regarding the video stream, please contact the Technology Helpline at Gustavus at 507.933.6111 or helpline@gustavus.edu.