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Physics Nobel Prize 2012



Peter Kruger

Sixty Symbols

Posted: Nov 7, 2012


“Nobel Prize days always create a great buzz in university science departments - I hope this video shows some of that. The 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics was won by Serge Haroche and David Wineland.”


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