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Donna Strickland becomes first woman in more than 50 years to win Physics Nobel Prize
by Colin Dwyer
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4 October 2018
On 4 October 2018 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
What could possibly bring together a painter, an economist, a pastor, and a planetary scientist? If you ask the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the answer is simpler than you may think: They've all shown creativity, potential for future achievements -- and the likelihood that $625,000, meted out over five years, will help them complete their grand designs.
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In fact, those criteria fit all 25 winners of this year's MacArthur Fellowship, better known by its affectionate nickname, the 'genius' grant. Their pursuits span a range nearly as wide as the world itself.
To read the entire article and see full list of winners -- along with NPR's previous coverage, where available, and the MacArthur Foundation's reasons why they were selected click here
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