Indian scientist wins world's richest academic prize

Aug 04, 2012 Comment

To become a millionaire you need brains and a Theoretical physicist from Allahabad Ashok Sen has proven he can be one by winning the first Yuri Milner Fundamental Physics Prize. Sen has been awarded for his exemplary work on the String Theory and he became one of the nine winners of the prize.

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