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    • Ronnie Wolman
    • 27.02.07 | 14:38 (IST)

    PHYSICS 2003 NOBEL PRIZE Vitaly Ginzburg "theories of superconductors and superfluids" 1997 NOBEL PRIZE Claude Cohen-Tannoudji "trapping atoms with laser light" 1996 NOBEL PRIZE David M. Lee & Douglas Osheroff "superfluidity in helium" 1995 NOBEL PRIZE Martin Perl "discovery of the tau lepton" 1995 NOBEL PRIZE Frederick Reines "detection of the neutrino" 1992 NOBEL PRIZE Georges Charpak "invention of particle detectors" 1990 NOBEL PRIZE Jerome Friedman "investigating the quark model" 1988 NOBEL PRIZE Jack Steinberger, Mel Schwartz & Leon Lederman "neutrino beam method" 1979 NOBEL PRIZE Sheldon Glashow & Steven Weinberg "interaction between particles" 1978 NOBEL PRIZE Peter Kapits "inventions in the area of low temperature physics" 1978 NOBEL PRIZE Arno Penzias "discovery of cosmic microwave background radiation" 1976 NOBEL PRIZE Burton Richter "discovery of a heavy elementary particle" 1975 NOBEL PRIZE Ben Mottelson & Niels Bohr "particle motion in atomic nuclei" 1973 NOBEL PRIZE Brian Josephson "properties of a supercurrent" 1971 NOBEL PRIZE Dennis Gabor "the holographic method" 1969 NOBEL PRIZE Murray Gell-Mann "classification of elementary particles" 1967 NOBEL PRIZE Hans Bethe "discoveries of energy production in stars" 1965 NOBEL PRIZE Richard Feynman & Julian Schwinger "quantum electrodynamics" 1963 NOBEL PRIZE Eugene Wigner "theories of the atomic nucleus" 1962 NOBEL PRIZE Lev Landau "theories of condensed matter" 1961 NOBEL PRIZE Robert Hofstadter "the structure of nucleons" 1960 NOBEL PRIZE Donald Glaser "the bubble chamber" 1959 NOBEL PRIZE Emilio Segre "discovery of the antiproton" 1958 NOBEL PRIZE Igor Tamm "interpreting the Cherenkov effect" 1954 NOBEL PRIZE Max Born "research in quantum mechanics" 1952 NOBEL PRIZE Felix Bloch "nuclear magnetic precision measurements" 1944 NOBEL PRIZE Isidor Rabi "recording the magnetic properties of nuclei" 1943 NOBEL PRIZE Otto Stern "the magnetic moment of the proton" 1925 NOBEL PRIZE James Franck & Gustav Hertz "impact of electrons on atoms" 1922 NOBEL PRIZE Niels Bohr "structure of atoms" 1921 NOBEL PRIZE Albert Einstein "for his service to Theoretical Physics" 1908 NOBEL PRIZE Gabriel Lippmann "photographic color reproduction" 1907 NOBEL PRIZE Albert Michelson "spectroscopic and meteorological investigations"

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