Josephson Brian
Country Britain
Category Physics
Year 1973

Josephson Brian, 1940, Year won 1973, A key figure in the study of super-conductivity.

Brian Josephson was born in Wales in 1940. He studied physics in the Trinity College, concentrating in Super-Conductivity.

In 1973 Josephson received the Nobel prize in physics, “for his theoretical predictions of the properties of a super current through a tunnel barrier, in particular, those phenomena which are generally known as the Josephson effects.”

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