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Akasaki, IsamuIsamu Akasaki; Amano, HiroshiHiroshi Amano; Nakamura, ShujiShuji Nakamura

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Quora Question: How Does Trump's Team Compare to Prior Cabinets?

Newsweek
The three most recent energy secretaries (spanning 12 years) were highly accomplished PhD. scientists, one of whom won a Nobel Prize for Physics. Some of the people in the role had previously had jobs with titles like: Under Secretary of Energy ...

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Professor Hanington's Speaking of Science: The Cyclotron – Now 85 years old

Elko Daily Free Press
For several decades, cyclotrons were the best source of high-energy beams for nuclear physics experiments and their use by scientists won many Nobel Prizes. One application for the cyclotron was in creating new elements. By shooting energetic particles ...

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Anomaly! Collider Physics and the Quest for New Phenomena at Fermilab, by Tommaso Dorigo

Times Higher Education (THE)
The big prize for the CDF collaboration was the discovery of a previously unseen fundamental particle called a top quark, the heaviest elementary particle ever observed. It's the kind of accomplishment that makes physicists dream of a Nobel prize ...

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Amano, HiroshiHiroshi Amano;
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'Learning Curve' as Rick Perry Pursues a Job He Initially Misunderstood

New York Times
... Moniz, who was chairman of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology physics department and directed the linear accelerator at M.I.T.'s Laboratory for Nuclear Science. Before Mr. Moniz, the job belonged to Steven Chu, a physicist who won a Nobel Prize.



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