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Jocelyn Monroe | Meeting the Minds

Basic theory of matter is tried, tested, and...

By Peter Dizikes
Globe Correspondent / May 28, 2007

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For the young post doctoral physicist, it was a moment of high drama. Jocelyn Monroe, just eight years out of college, stood in a lecture hall in MIT's Building 35 before more than 50 people in her field. Those scientists, who had anticipated the results for a decade, were waiting to hear whether she and her colleagues had punched a ... (Full article: 856 words)

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