It has become bit of a tradition for us to post videos very quickly on the day of the physics and chemistry Nobel Prizes.
It's normally a crazy day for me - rushing to post detailed videos within a few hours of the announcements.
In fact I think one of Professor Poliakoff's favourite days of the year is me filming him as he watches online and reacts immediately.
Unfortunately this was not possible this year - I have flown to San Francisco for a conference at YouTube.
We will try to catch up when I get back, although it might take a little while due to other commitments.
Of course, this year's physics prize was awarded for the Higgs Boson, which we have covered in great detail on Sixty Symbols... Here are just some of our videos already:
The chemistry prize looks like largely unchartered territory for periodicvideos, but Professor Poliakoff has already been in touch and promised to speak about it. Other members of the team may also contribute.
Finally, here are our Nobel Prize videos from previous years to keep you occupied.
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