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“The Large Proportion of Physics Students Are Women,” Wonders American Noble Prize Winner.

The winner of the Noble Prize of physics in 2003, Sir Anthony James Leggett is a prominent, globally known professor of physics. Dr. Leggett’s researches in the areas of low-temperature physics and superconductivity have brought about substantial developments. In January, 2014, along with two other American eminent professors, Dr. Leggett participated in the National Conference on Superconductivity Developments held in Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Currently, Dr. Leggett is a professor of physics at the University of Illinois, and to learn more of his achievements and reason to visit Iran, his most important works and the possibility of knowledge transfer between the universities of Iran and the U.S., we ... Read More »