40 years later

Niskayuna’s Ivar Giaever recalls the morning he got word of winning the Nobel Prize

Sunday, October 6, 2013
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40 years later

Forty years ago this month, Milan Fiske, a supervisor at the General Electric Research Laboratory in Niskayuna, got a call from Stockholm, Sweden. One of the lab's employees, Ivar Giaever, had just been named the Nobel Prize winner in physics....

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