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Abdurrouf Abdurrouf Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (ASIAA)
Charlotte Avery University of Bath
Tom Bakx Nagoya University
Francesco Belfiore European Southern Observatory
Sirio Belli CfA, Harvard and Smithsonian
Jake Bennett Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge
Matteo Bianconi University of Birmingham
Manuela Bischetti INAF Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste
Asa Bluck University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Martin Bourne University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Richard Bower Durham University
Sim Brownson University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Martin Bureau University of Oxford
Michele Cappellari University of Oxford
Adam Carnall Institute for Astronomy, Royal Observatory Edinburgh
Stefano Carniani Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
Hsiao-Wen Chen The University of Chicago
Claudia Cicone University of Oslo
Alice Concas University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Tiago Costa MPA (Garching)
Giovanni Cresci INAF-Arcetri
Mirko Curti University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Emma Curtis-Lake University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Min Du The Kavli Institute at Peking University (KIAA)
Stephen Eales University of Cardiff
Davide Elbaz CEA Paris-Saclay
Sara Ellison University of Victoria, Canada
Andrin Fluetsch University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Jindra Gensior Heidelberg University
Michele Ginolfi University of Geneva
Anishya Harshan UNSW -Sydney
Connor Hayden-Pawson University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Michaela Hirschmann DARK/Niels Bohr Institut, U. of Copenhagen
Julie Hlavacek-Larrondo University of Montreal, Canada
Thomas Jackson ARI, Heidelberg University
Marziye Jafariyazani Carnegie Observatories, and University of California, Riverside
Gareth Jones University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Sophie Koudmani University of Cambridge (IoA)
Nimisha Kumari STScI
Li-Hwai Lin Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics - ASIAA
Ute Lisenfeld University Granada
Federica Loiacono Università di Bologna, Kavli Institute for Cosmology - University of Cambridge
Roberto Maiolino University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Antonino Marasco INAF - Arcetri Observatory
Alessandro Marconi Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Florence
Vladan Markov Paris Observatory
Michal Michalowski Astronomical Observatory Institute, Adam Mickiewicz University
Grecco Oyarzun University of California, Santa Cruz
Rahna Payyasseri Thanduparackal Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China
Yingjie Peng Peking University, China
Joanna Piotrowska University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Yu Qiu Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics
Martin Rey Lund Observatory
Carter Rhea L'Université de Montréal
Kate Rowlands Space Telescope Science Institute
Sonali Sachdeva Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University (KIAA-PKU)
Amelie Saintonge UCL
Joop Schaye University of Leiden, Netherlands
Deborah Sijacki University of Cambridge
Mainak Singha University of Manitoba
Tjitske Starkenburg CIERA, Northwestern University
Sandro Tacchella Center for Astrophysics, Harvard & Smithsonian
Bryan Terrazas Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian
Mallory Thorp University of Victoria
José Luis Tous Universitat de Barcelona
James Trussler University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Giacomo Venturi Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Peter Watson University of Oxford
Joris Witstok University of Cambridge, Kavli Institute
Joanna Woo Simon Fraser University
Fakhri Zahedy Carnegie Observatories
Tommaso Zana Scuola Normale Superiore
Jorge Zavala The University of Texas at Austin

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The Nobel Prize in Physics 2020

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Oct 02, 2020

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