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physicist

[fis′isist]
a scientist who specializes in physics.

physicist

(fĭz′ĭ-sĭst) [L. physics, natural sciences]
A specialist in the science of physics.
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Supersymmetry was this dominant paradigm for 30 years because it was so beautiful, and it was so perfect," says theoretical physicist Nathaniel Craig of the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Nevertheless, it was not until 1911 that German physicist Max von Laue generalised it to include all forms of energy.
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But he convincingly argues that physicists have awarded it disproportionate attention, given its limitations and uncertainties.
Theoretical physicists are not known for their modesty.
While big-science physicists with dollar signs in their eyes compete for loot, small-science projects of immediate importance starve.
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That's the model that works the best with the data," says theoretical physicist Kathryn Zurek of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California.
The behavior of stars and atoms in imaginary universes might seem like a topic unlikely to interest anyone who is not a theoretical physicist.
One of the early workers in wireless telegraphy was the English physicist Oliver Lodge.
Ivan Bozovic, a condensed matter physicist at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, N.
Berns, also of the Department of Radiology at Northwestern, was site medical physicist for the DMIST study.