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Penzias

Arno Allan. born 1933, US astrophysicist, who shared the Nobel prize for physics (1978) with Robert W. Wilson for their discovery of cosmic microwave background radiation
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Penzias and Wilson expressed themselves cautiously in technical jargon: "Measurements of the effective zenith noise temperature ...
"UK companies have a very good opportunity here now," Penzias continued.
Penzias and fellow committee members reviewed national data from 2013 that showed similar pregnancy rates for women aged 42 years and younger who received a single euploid blastocyst or two untested blastocysts.
In some ways her name is deeply inscribed in history: Nobel laureate and head of research at Bell Labs Arno Penzias declared, "What we know as computer art began on a December morning in 1968 when Lillian Schwartz grasped a light pen and began to draw," (2) and her work is in the collections of top museums around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
Working at Bell Labs in Holmdel, New Jersey, in 1964, Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson were experimenting with a 6 meter (20 ft) long, supersensitive horn antenna which was originally built to detect radio waves bounced off satellites.
My research advisor is a graduate student recently arrived from City College, Arno Penzias. Our work involves the newly invented technology of coherent microwave radiation, precursor to the laser.
In the forum, Dr Wolfgang Penzias, trade counsellor of the EU delegation to the UAE, gave a presentation on the European market and the key benefits offered to companies and economic partners in a transparent regulatory environment and a safe investment-driven legal framework.
It is precisely because Planck, Eddington, Chandrashekhar, Penzias, Wilson, Dicke, Peebles, Roll, and Wilkinson [1-10] relied on Kirchhoff's law, that they could ignore the central role of the structural lattice in helping to define the emissivity of an object.
When astronomers Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson discovered the cosmic microwave background, they "thought they had found pigeon poop instead of evidence for the Big Bang, and spent weeks cleaning their antenna," he wrote.
PENZIAS - JOSEPHINE CONSTANCE (nee CLOWES), 19th February, 2015.
The letter is endorsed by the following 25 Nobel laureates in physics: Leon Neil Cooper (1972) , Brian David Josephson (1973) , Anthony Hewish (1974), Burton Richter (1976), Arno Allan Penzias (1978), Sheldon Lee Glashow (1979), James Cronin(1980), Nicholas Bloembergen (1981), Klaus von Klitz ing (1985), Jack Steinberger (1988), Douglas D.