Arthur McDonald, 2015 Co-winner of Physics Nobel Prize, Queen's University, Kingston Ontario

Arthur McDonald

Professor Emeritus, 2015 Co-winner of Physics Nobel Prize



Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

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PhD, California Institute of Technology (Caltech), 1969


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Research Areas

Experimental research on properties of Neutrinos and Dark Matter.

I am retired but still active in research on Neutrinos and Dark Matter, with the SNO+, DEAP and DarkSide experiments. I was a co-winner of the Nobel Physics Prize in 2015 as the Director of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) collaboration.

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