Charles Kane and Eugene Mele Honored With John Scott Award

Eugene Mele and Charlie Kane

Charles Kane and Eugene Mele, both Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professors of Physics, received the 2019 John Scott Award, given annual for innovation in science. 

Kane and Mele have received a spate of awards for their work on topology and symmetry in physics, including the 2019 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics and the 2019  BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in the Basic Sciences category.

Read the full announcement at the Philadelphia Inquirer

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