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Carlo Rubbia, Simon van der Meer

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Nobelpreise: 1984 für Carlo Rubbia und Simon Van der Meer, 1992 für Georges Charpak, 2013 für François Englert und Peter W. Higgs (alle Physik). Weitere Nobelpreisträger am CERN: Felix Bloch, erster Generaldirektor des CERNs (Nobelpreis 1952), ...

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Scientific Success Can Happen Anywhere, Says Nobel Laureate Carlo Rubbia At GYSS 2016

Asian Scientist Magazine
The breakthrough finally came with the development of beam cooling, a technique developed by Rubbia's co-laureate Simon van der Meer. By using storage rings, the scientists at CERN were able to increase the intensity of the colliding beams to the point ...

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Wall Street Journal front page mildly mocks physics scholarly practice

Physics Today
He explained: “Carlo Rubbia and Simon van der Meer were awarded the 1984 physics prize for discovering the W and Z bosons, yet they hardly made the discoveries single-handedly. Rather, they led large teams at CERN.” He also mused, “That precedent ...

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'God particle' physicist visits University of Victoria

Saanich News
The Nobel Prize in Physics for 1984 was awarded jointly to Carlo Rubbia and Simon van der Meer for decisive contributions to the large project, a collaborative effort of many people that led to the discovery of the field particles W and Z. “He was a ...

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