Liujun Zou Wins Inaugural Physics World Science-Communication Award

February 11, 2019
photo of Liujun Zou

Physics World is pleased to announce that Liujun Zou from Harvard University in the US has won the magazine’s inaugural science-communication award, which was set up "to celebrate the huge advances that China is making in science, engineering and medicine".

Entrants to the competition were asked to answer the question: "How is your research contributing to China’s rise as a leading science nation?"

Zou, who is doing a PhD in condensed-matter physics at Harvard, picked up the prize, which comes with a $2000 travel grant, for his essay entitled "The spirit of science"...

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