Noble award 2020

SpringerMaterials celebrates the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics winners

Congratulations to the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics winners: Prof. Reinhard Genzel, Andrea Ghez, and Sir Roger Penrose for their outstanding scientific achievements in the field of black holes. Prof Genzel belongs to Landolt-Börnstein "Hall of Fame" as a former contributor of the LB series in Astronomy and Astrophysics. For the second consecutive year, a Nobel Prize is awarded to an Landolt-Börnstein author following John B Goodenough as Nobel prize winner for chemistry in 2019.

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