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Recent winners of the Nobel Prize in physics, and their research, according to the Nobel Foundation:
When Montana-born U.S.-Australian dual citizen Brian Schmidt started studying astrophysics, he wondered if he would end up with a job, much less a Nobel Prize.
Excerpts from the citation awarding the 2011 Nobel Prize in physics to American physicist Saul Perlmutter, who shared it with U.S.-Australian researcher Brian Schmidt and American professor Adam Riess "for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae."
Three U.S.-born scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for overturning a fundamental assumption in their field by showing that the expansion of the universe is constantly accelerating.
Three U.S.-born scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for their studies of exploding stars that revealed that the expansion of the universe is accelerating.
A Johns Hopkins University professor is one of a trio of scientists sharing the 2011 Nobel Prize in physics, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said Tuesday.
Three U.S.-born scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for a study of exploding stars that discovered that the expansion of the universe is accelerating.
The discovery that earned Adam Riess the Nobel Prize came at another momentous time for the Johns Hopkins physicist.
Three U.S.-born scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics Tuesday for discovering that the universe is expanding at an accelerating pace, a stunning revelation that suggests the cosmos could be headed for a colder, bleaker future, nearly devoid of light.