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# Name
Year
Country
Science
achievements
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Rudolf Mossbauer

1929-2011
Germany
Physics

experimented with resonance absorption of gamma radiation; discovered ``Mössbauer effect,'' the recoilless emission of gamma rays by nuclei
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Richard E. Taylor

1929-
Canada
Physics

co-discovered, through investigations of deep-inelastic electron scattering, clear signs that there exists an inner structure (quarks and gluons) in the protons and neutrons of the atomic nucleus
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James W. Cronin

1931-
USA
Physics

co-discovered that decays of neutral kaons sometime violate CP conservation
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Sheldon Glashow

1932-
USA
Physics

co-developed gauge field theory of the electroweak interaction
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Robert C. Richardson

1937-
USA
Physics

co-discovered that the isotope Helium-3 becomes a quantum superfluid near absolute zero
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Brian Josephson

1940-
United Kingdom
Physics

contributed to theoretical predictions of the properties of a supercurrent through a tunnel barrier
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Makato Kobayashi

1944-
Japan
Physics

contributed to theoretical understanding of CP-violation; co-discovered the origin of the broken symmetry that predicts the existence of at least three families of quarks
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William D. Phillips

1948-
USA
Physics

developed, with his colleagues, a device called a Zeeman slower, with which he could slow down and capture atoms in a purely magnetic trap
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Georg Bednorz

1950-
Germany
Physics

co-discovered the first ceramic superconductors
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Robert Laughlin

1950-
USA
Physics

developed a theory of quantum fluids that explained the fractional quantum Hall effect

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