Monk's moments: Chips with everything (or laughing from the inside)
The Nobel Prize for physics for the year 2002 was awarded to the scientists whose experiments proved the existence of neutrinos. These subatomic particles, which have neither mass nor electrical charge, had been predicted on theoretical grounds since the 1930s, but demonstrating them had been an elusive task.
Dermatology in practice 2003; 11(1): 31–31
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