Three scientists learning the universe’s ‘cosmological collider’ win $100,000 physics prize

Three scientists have received $100,000 for his or her work on new methods to check the large-scale construction of the universe — the big tendrils of criss-crossing matter which disguise proof of our universe’s elementary forces. 

Mikhail Ivanov, of MIT, Oliver Philcox, of Columbia College and the Simons Basis, and Marko Simonović, of the College of Florence, received the New Horizons Prize in Physics “for contributions to our understanding of the large-scale construction of the universe and the event of latest instruments to extract elementary physics from galaxy surveys.”

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