Inspiring Minds, Fueling Passion At The Global Young Scientists Summit 2016
Asian Scientist Magazine
Professor David Gross, who won the 2004 Nobel Prize in Physics, said, “I really do want to talk not about knowledge but about ignorance, which I would like to say is the most important. Science does not thrive on knowledge. It thrives on ignorance.
Five Nobel Prize Laureates to Spend Five Days in Yerevan
Asbarez Armenian News
YEREVAN (Mediamax) — For the first time, Armenia will host five Nobel Prize laureates, who will give open lectures on Biochemistry, Physics and Medicine this April in Yerevan. The “Nobel Days in Yerevan” event, unprecedented in Southern Caucasus, will ...
Leon Cooper: Nobel Prize-winning physicist with a side of neuroscience
Leon Cooper is a Nobel Prize-winning physicist at Brown University and the director of its Institute for Brain and Neural Systems. Depending on whether you ask a physicist or a neuroscientist, you'll get very different answers on why Cooper is famous.
Small Business Q&A: Nobel Prize Winner for Physics, Arthur McDonald
Give us a quick physics lesson, what are neutrinos and why are they important? They were first proposed because there was a missing element in a certain form of radioactivity. So the effect was to have an unknown particle, which is very difficult to ...