Arthur McDonald: Nobel Neutrinos

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

When the phone rings in the middle of the night, it almost certainly means bad news. Unless you're Dr. Arthur McDonald. For the Canadian physicist, it was a life-changing call from Stockholm, Sweden. McDonald was told he'd won the Nobel Prize in physics for his work on neutrinos - a fundamental building block of our universe. He joins The Agenda to discuss his work and what his win means for science in Canada.
Episode:
Celebrating Science
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Nov 05, 2015
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