Scottish scientists scoop Nobel prize for 'opening the door' on unknown

Scottish scientists scoop Nobel prize for 'opening the door' on unknown
 

SCOTLAND proved it’s on another planet when it comes to brains as two of our boffins bagged a Nobel prize – for “opening the door” to an unknown world.
Scientists David Thouless and Michael Kosterlitz won the Nobel Prize for Physics with English colleague Duncan Haldane for their pioneering work on strange forms of matter.
They pipped another Scot, Ronald Drever, to the prize. His studies on gravitational waves were hotly anticipated to scoop the award.
Experts said the winners had “opened the door” to an unknown world where matter takes unusual states or phases with their work, which first... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 41
Source: Daily Record
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