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Physics Week in Review [Nobel Edition]: October 8, 2016

It was a big week for science--Nobel Prize week, to be exact. And the question weighing on JenLuc Piquant's mind was, would the physics prize go to LIGO or not? Lots of folks were rooting for LIGO, but the prize...
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