Nobel prize in physics
Nobel prize in physics: James of Canadian-American descent and the Mayor and Didier of Switzerland are being awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. He will be awarded medals at an event held on 10 December.
- Nobel Prize in Physics is being awarded to James Peebles of Canadian-American descent and Mayor and Didier of Switzerland
- All Nobel Prize winners will be awarded medals at an event held in Stockholm on 10 December
- James will be awarded half of the prize, with the mayor and Didier sharing the half
The 2019 Nobel Prize
in the field of Stockholm Physics has been announced for Canadian-American scientist James Peebles and Switzerland scientists Michael Mayer and Didier Queloz.
James Peebles is being given for his theoretical discovery in Physical Cosmology. While scientists from Switzerland will be given to Michael and Queloz for the exploration related to orbiting exoplanet of sun-like stars.
In fact, half of the award will be given to James, while the other part will be distributed to Meyer and Didier. Nobel laureates will assemble on December 10 in Stockholm where they will be awarded medals.
If we talk about these scientists, Peebles (84) was born in Canada but later settled in America. Meyer (77) is born in Lausanne, Switzerland and is associated with Geneva University. At the same time, Didier is associated with Geneva University and University of Cambridge, UK.