The Canadian Press

1994-10-12 | Nobel physics

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A retired professor at McMaster University in Hamilton was named Co-winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics. Betram Brockhouse and American Clifford Shull were honored for using beams of neutrons to study matter in its tiniest detail. The research led to the development of superconductors to improve computer memory. Blockhouse explained the work he had done 30 years ago.

Date: 1994-10-12
Placeline: HAMILTON, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 28 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << my colleagues and I have done is used Neutron beams from reactors to what goes on inside matter use it after 4 as a probe to study the motion of atoms in motion of magnetic properties of matter >>


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