A close-up of the display, and the familiar photograph of Ernest Rutherford. He was the youngest of the nominees to receive a prize The Nobel Prize for Chemistry, in 1908. The museum itself is shown in an image taken in the early morning, before the throng of tourists completely fill the large town square in the centre of old Stockholm. An interactive museum, there is so much to see, reflecting the scientific and cultural history of the world. If you get the chance, allow at least 2 hours minimum, longer if it grabs you. I was there for three!