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Martin Ryle, Antony Hewish

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1974 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Martin Ryle, Antony Hewish News

The day boffins believed aliens had made contact from outer space

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The Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge, under the direction of Nobel Prize-winning Professor Sir Martin Ryle, was one of the pioneers of the technique, and its giant radio telescopes at Lord's Bridge – formerly a railway station on the line between ...

1974 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Martin Ryle, Antony Hewish News

How Vera Rubin overcame sexism and invented a whole field of scientific study

Quartz
Her thesis advisor Antony Hewish won the award for that exact finding in 1974 (along with astronomer Martin Ryle), even though Burnell was the one who had pored over radio telescope data to make the initial discovery. During her lifetime Rubin had to ...

1974 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Martin Ryle, Antony Hewish News

Are the Nobel Prizes Missing Female Scientists?

Live Science
Righting past omissions would also help, Prescod-Weinstein said. For example, in 1974, the Nobel prize in physics was awarded to two recipients — Antony Hewish and Martin Ryle — for the 1967 discovery of pulsars, a type of star that pulses rapidly ...


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The female physicists who have missed out on the Nobel Prize

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A Nobel was awarded for the discovery, but it was handed to Antony Hewish, whose telescope Bell Burnell borrowed, and Martin Ryle. Bell Burnell was the first to notice the pulsars before informing Hewish, who was her thesis supervisor. A paper was ...


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