Shutdown Makes Nobel Physicist ‘Non-Essential’
David Wineland, who won the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics, has been deemed “non-essential” due to the partial-government shutdown. The change is affecting his lab work on developing more accurate atomic clocks and quantum computers. (Oct. 14)
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