Mars, Incorporated supports Nobel Laureate documentary series on Nature.com
Share in the inspiring conversations of Nobel Laureates and young scientists
In early July, 635 of the world’s top young scientists and over 30 Nobel Laureates came together to share knowledge and ideas at the 63rd Nobel Laureate Meetings in Lindau, Germany.
Mars has been a long-term supporter of the Lindau Meetings, which take place each year and aim to foster dialogue and interaction between Nobel Laureates and the next generation of outstanding young scientists.
So that as wide an audience as possible can share in the unique conversations that took place at this year’s Meetings, Mars has supported the production of a series of Laureate documentaries by leading scientific publisher Nature Publishing Group (NPG).
The documentaries were filmed during the Lindau Meetings and the first episode has just been launched on Nature.com - one of the most popular global science websites. More Laureate documentaries will be posted on Nature.com throughout September and October.
NPG also created a film on Mars involvement at this year’s meetings, including coverage from the Mars panel discussion with Nobel Laureate and former US Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu, and Mars Chief Agricultural Officer, Howard-Yana Shapiro. In front of an audience of over 150 young scientists, Dr. Shapiro and Prof. Chu provided insights into the interrelated resource challenges facing global society, from climate change to food and nutrition security.
Check out the Mars film to learn more.
About Mars, Incorporated
In 1911, Frank C. Mars made the first Mars candies in his Tacoma, Washington kitchen and established Mars’ first roots as a confectionery company. In the 1920s, Forrest E. Mars, Sr. joined his father in business and together they launched the MILKY WAY® bar. In 1932, Forrest, Sr. moved to the United Kingdom with a dream of building a business based on the objective of creating a “mutuality of benefits for all stakeholders” – this objective serves as the foundation of Mars, Incorporated today. Based in McLean, Virginia, Mars has net sales of more than $33 billion, six business segments including Petcare, Chocolate, Wrigley, Food, Drinks, Symbioscience, and more than 72,000 Associates worldwide that are putting its Principles into action to make a difference for people and the planet through its performance.
Mars brands include: Petcare – PEDIGREE®, ROYAL CANIN®, WHISKAS®, KITEKAT®, BANFIELD® Pet Hospital, NUTRO®, SHEBA®, DREAMIES® and CESAR®; Chocolate – M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, DOVE®, GALAXY®, MARS®, MILKY WAY® and TWIX®; Wrigley – DOUBLEMINT®, EXTRA®, ORBIT® and 5™ chewing gums, SKITTLES® and STARBURST® candies, and ALTOIDS® AND LIFESAVERS® mints. Food –UNCLE BEN’S®, DOLMIO®, EBLY®, MASTERFOODS®, SEEDS OF CHANGE® and ROYCO®; Drinks – ALTERRA® Coffee Roasters coffee, THE BRIGHT TEA CO.® tea, DOVE®/GALAXY® Hot Chocolate, and FLAVIA® brewer; Symbioscience – COCOAVIA®, WISDOM PANEL® and SERAMIS®.
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