Bangalore: To further its commitment towards advancement of innovation, education and scientific research, 3M entered into a strategic partnership with the very prestigious Nobel Media: A company which endeavours to spread knowledge about Nobel Prize-awarded achievements and stimulates interest in science, literature and peace in line with Alfred Nobel’s vision and legacy.
This partnership will take forward the common bond of dedication pursued by both organization on scientific achievement. Another important aspect will be to leverage the shared values of both Nobel Media and 3M to develop new concepts and activities that expand the impact of each organization.
“We are honored to align 3M and everything we stand for with Nobel Media and the values embodied by the Nobel Prize. This partnership gives us the opportunity to jointly focus on educating, inspiring and engaging a broader audience on big issues that impact people’s lives around the world,” says Inge Thulin, 3M Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer.
3M brings a breadth and depth of scientific expertise and experience. 3M will collaborate with Nobel Media over several years to bring light to important global issues, like the future of scientific education and sustainability. The international partnership with Nobel Media will only extend the reach of the Nobel Prize to millions of people around the world through inspirational events, digital media and special exhibitions and activities related to the legacy of Alfred Nobel and the achievements of the Nobel Laureates.
“Through science and research we can enlarge the world’s knowledge and actually make the world a better place,” said Mattias Fyrenius, Chief Executive Officer of Nobel Media. “At Nobel Media, our passion is to share that view with the world and to inspire people to engage in areas close to our heart; science, research, education, peace-related topics and literature. We believe we share all those values with 3M and we are therefore proud to announce our new partnership with them today.”