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1997 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Steven Chu, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, William D. Phillips News

Time Travel with Einstein, Just Around My Corner: Princeton's Einstein Museum
Huffington Post
After all, Einstein's fame had started in 1922 when they announced the Nobel Prize for the first of his lyrical year papers, which served as the foundation for Quantum Physics and I wrote about recently here. Funnily enough: Einstein had promised his ...

1997 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Steven Chu, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, William D. Phillips News

Happy 99th Birthday To The Inventor Of The Laser, Charles Townes
Science 2.0 (blog)
By 1960, the laser had been built and in 1964, Townes, along with Russian physicists Basov and Prokhorov, who had been working on it also, got the Nobel prize for it. Both Berkeley and Greenville, South Carolina declared the 28th “Charles H. Townes Day ...

1997 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Steven Chu, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, William D. Phillips News

The Nobel Prize Winner and His Wine: Grad Student Learns Lessons in Germany
DrexelNow
Earlier this summer, John Lee listened as Brian Schmidt, winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics, gave a speech to a group of aspiring scientists. The astrophysicist was understandably quite proud of his work, which had produced evidence that the ...

1997 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Steven Chu, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, William D. Phillips News

Ted VanKirk: Seen from above
Sunbury Daily Item
A study done for Secretary of War Henry Stimson's staff by William Shockley, a future Nobel Prize winner for physics, estimated that conquering Japan would cost between 1.7 million and 4 million American casualties, including 400,000-800,000 fatalities ...

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