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October 8, 2003 by AK

More congratulations

This time to the Russian scientists, Alexei A. Abrikosov (who has been working in the US since 1991) and Vitaly L. Ginzburg, and their British-American colleague, Anthony J. Leggett, on the Nobel prize in physics. As I understand, they are given credit for their work done in the 1950s. Ginzburg must be one the oldest laureates: he was born in 1916. Compare this to Rudolf Moessbauer’s getting the Nobel at 32, in 1961, also for his 1950s achievements (the Moessbauer effect).


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