Nobel Prize for former University of Birmingham professors

Nobel Prize for former University of Birmingham professors
 

Two British scientists who worked and conducted research at University of Birmingham have won this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics.
Professors David Thouless and Michael Kosterlitz both worked at the Edgbaston institute during the 1970s before joining a ‘brain drain’ to the US.
The pair, along with Duncan Haldane, have been awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for their work and discoveries about exotic states of matter.
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4 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 29
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