"[...] The Honeywell - Nobel Laureate Lecture Series [is] the centerpiece of a global education initiative designed to connect students across the globe with Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry and Physics. [...] A multi-year effort, the Honeywell – Nobel Initiative combines on-campus events, interactive webcontent and broadcast programming to link one generation of leading scientists with the development of the next."
Since I found out via NEW that these websites were only fairly recently launched, I want to encourage you to have a look at it. They have some very nice videos there. E.g. here is Leon Lederman, Nobel-Laureate in 1988, about the search for the Higgs:
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"[...] and so far, no one has come up with a good alternative. But I suspect, there are some kids in junior high school [...] who will have within their minds the seeds of discovery... "
TAGS: PHYSICS, LHC, HIGGS