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NOBEL SCIENCE
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4 Oct. 2004
Co-recipient of the 2004 Noble Prize for Physics Frank... more
NOBEL SCIENCE
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4 Oct. 2004
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Co-recipient of the 2004 Noble Prize for Physics Frank Wilczek answers a question from a reporter at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 5, 2004. Three American scientists won the 2004 Nobel physics prize on Tuesday for showing how tiny quark particles interact, helping to explain everything from how a coin spins to how the universe was built. The formulas and graphs on the blackboard show what David Gross, David Politzer and Wilczek discovered about attraction between quarks - the basic building blocks of nature. REUTERS/Brian Snyder Pictures of the Month October 2004 Pictures of the Year 2004 BS
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