This is how the final list would have looked based on their choices: Gerald Davies Neville Southall Nicole Cooke Bryn Terfel John Cale Jeff Banks Shani Rhys James Robert Minhinnick Russell T Davies Rhys Ifans Henry Engelhardt Geoffrey Howe Professor Brian Josephson
Ilora Finlay Constance Brown.
The youngest ever winner of the Nobel Prize for science is Cardiff's Brian Josephson
, for his discovery of the Josephson Effect in superconductors.
Prof Clement, who was recently appointed Trustee for Wales to the board of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (Nesta), said, 'In my opinion the person who best epitomises Welsh scientific achievement is the Cardiff-born physicist Professor Brian Josephson
SIR - The Western Mail feature of August 24 on 'overlooked scientists' in the search for '15 People Who Make Wales Great' has twice mistakenly mentioned Professor Brian Josephson
as being a '22-year-old graduate student' on winning the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1973.
, Ruben Luengas, Marc Scarpa, Hal Uplinger, Gary Zukav, and Caroline Myss.
Cardiff-born Professor Brian Josephson
jointly won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1973.
It is comical, but even papers authored by Brian Josephson
(Nobel Prize in Physics, 1973) were refused by Cornell E-Print Archive.
Answers Inside Yardley partnered with Brian Josephson
on the Mind Matter Unification project at Cambridge University, and she also submitted papers to Roger Penrose, Gerard t'Hooft, Basil Hiley, and Lee Smolin who are the thought leaders in physics whose work supports her thesis.
Born and bred in Cardiff, Brian Josephson
is a theoretical physicist and a professor emeritus at the University of Cambridge.
Thinkers nominated include three Nobel LaureatesBertrand Russell, Brian Josephson
and Clive Granger as well as religious leaders, such as Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and St David.
Professor Brian Josephson
, recipient of the Nobel Prize in physics in 1973, is director of the Mind-Matter Unification Project of the Theory of Condensed Matter Group at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, England.
Among an impressive list of contributors were Nobel Laureates Professor Sir Andre Geim, Professor Sir John Gurdon, Professor Anthony Hewish, Professor Brian Josephson
, Professor Sir Harold Kroto, Professor Sir John Walker and Sir Paul Nurse.