1. ‘Father of quantum computing’ wins $3m physics prize  The Guardian
  2. AlphaFold developers win US$3-million Breakthrough Prize  Nature.com
  3. Peter Shor wins Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics  MIT News
  4. AlphaFold Developers Win $3-Million Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences  Scientific American
  5. 2023 Breakthrough Prizes Showcase Research in AI and Narcolepsy  The Scientist
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David Deutsch, who proposed an as yet unbuildable machine to test existence of parallel universes, shares prize with three othersDavid Deutsch, who proposed an as yet unbuildable machine to test existence of parallel universes, shares prize with three others

‘Father of quantum computing’ wins $3m physics prize | Physics | The Guardian

DeepMind’s system for predicting the 3D structure of proteins is among five recipients of science’s most lucrative awards. DeepMind’s system for predicting the 3D structure of proteins is among five recipients of science’s most lucrative awards.Nature - DeepMind’s system for predicting the 3D structure of proteins is among five recipients of science’s most lucrative awards.

AlphaFold developers win US$3-million Breakthrough Prize

MIT Professor Peter Shor has won the 2023 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics with three others for “foundational work in the field of quantum information.” In addition, Daniel A. Spielman PhD ’95 has won the 2023 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Mathematics. MIT Professor Peter Shor has won the 2023 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics with three others for “foundational work in the field of quantum information.” In addition, Daniel A. Spielman PhD ’95 has won the 2023 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Mathematics.

Peter Shor wins Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics | MIT News | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Emmanuel Mignot is one of the worlds leading experts on narcolepsy, a sleep disorder that he finds both strange and fascinating.Emmanuel Mignot is one of the worlds leading experts on narcolepsy, a sleep disorder that he finds both strange and fascinating.

Frenchman Rewarded For Lifetime Of Research Into Narcolepsy - UrduPoint

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“Cliff Brangwynne has illuminated some of the most basic principles of life’s machinery,” said Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber.“Cliff Brangwynne has illuminated some of the most basic principles of life’s machinery,” said Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber.

Brangwynne wins the Breakthrough Prize for revolutionary view of living cells

Daniel Spielman has won the Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics for “multiple discoveries in theoretical computer science and mathematics.”Daniel Spielman has won the Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics for “multiple discoveries in theoretical computer science and mathematics.”

Yale’s Spielman wins $3 million Breakthrough Prize | YaleNews

The Stanford Medicine sleep researcher is honored for discovering the role of orexins in narcolepsy and paving the way to new sleep disorder therapies.The Stanford Medicine sleep researcher is honored for discovering the role of orexins in narcolepsy and paving the way to new sleep disorder therapies.

Emmanuel Mignot wins Breakthrough Prize for discovering cause of narcolepsy | News Center | Stanford Medicine

This year’s Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics honors some of the pioneers of quantum information scienceThis year’s Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics honors some of the pioneers of quantum information science

Quantum Physics Titans Win Breakthrough Prize - Scientific American

Emmanuel Mignot and Masashi Yanagisawa won the 2023 Breakthrough Prize in life sciences for their discovery of the molecular mechanisms in the brain that cause the sleep disorder narcolepsy  Emmanuel Mignot and Masashi Yanagisawa won the 2023 Breakthrough Prize in life sciences for their discovery of the molecular mechanisms in the brain that cause the sleep disorder narcolepsy  

Scientists who discovered cause of narcolepsy win Breakthrough Prize | New Scientist