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Shanghai, March 24, 2016 -- 3M, the world's leading diversified technology innovator, has announced a global partnership with Nobel Media to advance innovation, education and research.




Nobel Media has made the Nobel Prize known to millions of people around the world through inspiring events and exhibitions that use digital media to spread the story of Alfred Nobel and the great achievements of Nobel Laureates.




As one of Nobel Media's global partners, 3M brings a breadth and depth of technical expertise and practices. In the coming years, 3M will work with Nobel Media to focus on important global issues such as science education and the future of sustainable development.




"We are honored that 3M and all it stands for are aligned with the values embodied in The Nobel Media and the Nobel Prize." Inge G. Thulin, chairman, President and CEO of 3M, said, "This partnership will give us the opportunity to work together to focus on education, and to inspire and engage more people on the issues that affect human lives around the world."




Leveraging the Shared brand values of Nobel Media and 3M to launch new ideas and activities to expand the influence of both companies was an important factor in this collaboration.




"Through research, we can continue to enrich the world's stock of knowledge and make it a better place." Mattias Fyrenius, Chief executive of Nobel Media, said: "At Nobel Media, we are passionate about sharing our ideas with the world and inspiring people to engage more in areas close to their hearts - science, research, education, peace-related topics and literature. We believe we share 3M's values. So we are proud to announce today that Nobel Media will be partnering with 3M in a new partnership."




3M will be a sponsor of the 2016 Nobel Prize series in Dubai. The event takes place on March 20 solstice 21. Nobel Prize winners Martin Chalfie (2008 Chemistry prize), George F. Smoot (2006 Physics Prize) and Kurt Wuthrich (2002 Chemistry Prize) were joined by business leaders, academics, political leaders and students. The dubai event, themed "Lifelong learning," aims to increase public participation in science.

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