Nobel Prize in physics goes to federal scientist
from The Washington Post
If there was an international nice-guy prize, David Wineland probably could win that too. As it is, he'll have to settle for the Nobel Prize in physics. Wineland is a physicist with the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology, a little-known agency that does very important work.
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