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IOP awards for 2018 include Isaac Newton Medal and Prize for Paul Corkum
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IOP awards for 2018 include Isaac Newton Medal and Prize for Paul Corkum

11 July 2018

Canadian physicist Professor Paul Corkum has been awarded the IOP’s Isaac Newton Medal and Prize – its highest accolade and one of 22 IOP awards to physicists announced today.

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