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The Nobel Laureates
Yoichiro Nambu, University of Chicago, USA
Makoto Kobayashi, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan
Toshihide Maskawa, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics (YITP), Japan
 
Earlier Nobel Prizes within the field
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1999
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1980
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1969
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1957
 
Popular science articles
Sarah Graham: “In Search of Antimatter”, Scientific American, August 2001.
Helen Quinn & Michael Witherell: “The Asymmetry between Matter and Antimatter”, Scientific American, October 1998.
Madhusree Mukerjee: “Profile: Yoichiro Nambu”, Scientific American, February 1995.
 
Original scientfic articles
M. Kobayashi & T. Maskawa: “CP Violation in the Renormalizable Theory of Weak Interaction”. Progress of Theoretical Physics 49 (1973) sid. 652–657.
Y. Nambu & G. Jona-Lasinio: “A Dynamical Model of Elementary Particles based on an Analogy with Superconductivity II”, Physics Review 124 (1961) sid. 246.
Y. Nambu & G. Jona-Lasinio: “A Dynamical Model of Elementary Particles based on an Analogy with Superconductivity I”, Physics Review 122 (1961) sid. 345.
 
SVENSKA
Joanna Rose: “Vart tog all antimateria vägen?”, Forskning & Framsteg, 6/08.
Lars Bergström: “Tomrum (Ett inte så tomt rum)”, Forskning & Framsteg 1/97.
Erik Johansson & Lars Bergström: “Hur fick materien sin massa?”, Forskning & Framsteg 3/93.

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