Enterprises TV to Highlight 2014 Kavli Prize Winners in Upcoming Segment

Enterprises TV salutes the work of the global science community.

Online PR News – 04-June-2014 – Coral Springs, Florida – Enterprises TV reports that the prestigious Kavli Prizes for 2014 were awarded to international scientists who specialized in looking at the very big ... and to those looking at the very small. In the astrophysics category, Alan Guth of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Andrei Linde of Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, and Alexei Starobinsky of the Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics at the Russian Academy of Sciences, won honors for their work in examining the expansion of the universe, in an effort to learn the "whys" and "hows" of our very existence. Another Kavli Prize went to Thomas Ebbesen of the Université Louis Pasteur in Paris; Stefan Hell of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany; and John Pendry of Imperial College London for their work in macro-optics -- the ability of microscopes to peer at the infinitesimally small, such as individual body cells, molecules and even atoms themselves.

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