The Canadian Press

2015-10-06 | Nobel Prize Physics

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A Canadian research scientist is a co-winner of this year's Nobel Prize in physics. Arthur B. McDonald shares the award with Japan's Takaaki Kajita for discovering the "chameleon-like" nature of neutrinos, which yielded the crucial insight that the tiny particles have mass.

Date: 2015-10-06
Placeline: TORONTO.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 38 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said the pair had made key contributions to experiment showing that neutrinos change identities as they Wiz through the universe at nearly the speed of light the academy says the discovery has changed our understanding of the innermost workings of matter and can prove crucial to our view of the universe Arthur v McDonald is a professor emeritus at Queen's University in Kingston Ontario and made his Discovery while working at the Sudbury neutrino Observatory canxida is director of The Institute for cosmic-ray research and professor at the University of Tokyo McDonald's has scientists would still like to know what the actual mass of the neutrino is Henry Lau the Canadian press Toronto >>


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