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In 1994, the Internet was first used to present the Nobel Prize Winners. A year later, the Official Web site of the Nobel Foundation was created. Today the Web site is called "Nobel e-Museum" and can be reached at www.nobel.se or www.nobelprize.org.
Nobel e-Museum offers information on all the 758 Prize Winners to date, the Nobel Organization, Alfred Nobel, Nobel events, as well as educational materials and games. Nobel e-Museum consists of more than 9,000 static documents, several databases and a number of multimedia productions that are based on the Nobel Prizes.
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Nobel e-Museum is produced by the Nobel e-Museum Group at the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm, in cooperation with scientists, authors, students and advisors in several countries. Nils Ringertz was the founder of Nobel e-Museum and its director until his death in June 2002.
Nobel e-Museum is funded by the Knowledge Foundation, the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation, the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, as well as by corporate sponsors.
The number of visitors to Nobel e-Museum has increased dramatically since the Web site opened in 1995. During 2003 the Web site had between 1 to 1.5 million visitors per month with higher peaks in October and December. Visitors come from all over the world, but mainly from educational sectors in the United States, Western Europe, and Japan.
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