Val Logsdon Fitch

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Val Logsdon Fitch
Born March 10, 1923 (1923-03-10) (age 91)
Merriman, Nebraska[1]
Fields Particle physics
Institutions Princeton
Alma mater Columbia
McGill University
Known for Discovery of CP-violation
Notable awards John Price Wetherill Medal (1976)
Nobel Prize in Physics (1980)
This person won a Nobel Prize

Val Logsdon Fitch (born March 10, 1923, Merriman, Nebraska) is an American nuclear physicist. For this discovery he and his student James Cronin received the 1980 Nobel Prize in Physics.[1]

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