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# Name
Year
Country
Science
achievements
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Nikolai N. Bogolubov

1909-1992
Russia
Physics

theoretical physicist and mathematician who contributed to the microscopic theory of superfluidity;
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Henry Primakoff

1914-1983
Russia
Physics

co-developed the theory of spin waves; first described the process that became known as the Primakoff effect
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Robert Rathbun Wilson

1914-2000
USA
Physics

driving force behind creation of Fermilab and Cornell University's Laboratory of Nuclear Studies; did extensive measurements of kaon and pion photoproduction in which he made the first observation of a new state of the nucleon, N(1440)
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Vitaly L. Ginzburg

1916-2009
Russia
Physics

contributed to theory of superconductivity and theory of high-energy processes in astrophysics; co-discovered transition radiation, emitted when charged particles traverse interface between two different media
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Calvin F. Quate

1923-
USA
Physics

made pioneering contributions to nanoscale measurement science through the development and application of scanning probe microscropes
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Benoit Mandelbrot

1924-2010
France
Physics

developed theory of fractals
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Albert V. Crewe

1927-2009
United Kingdom
Physics

developed the first practical scanning electron microscope
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John Stewart Bell

1928-1990
Ireland
Physics

proved the inherent nonlocality of quantum mechanics
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Mildred S. Dresselhaus

1930-
USA
Physics

contributed to the advance of solid-state physics, especially involving carbon-based materials, including fullerenes and nanotubes (a.k.a., buckyballs and buckytubes)
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Joel Lebowitz

1930-
Switzerland
Physics

contributed to condensed matter theory, especially involving statistical mechanics: phase transitions; derivation of hydrodynamical equations from microscopic kinetics; statistical mechanics of plasmas

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