Quaker-linked scientist wins Nobel Prize

Roger Penrose, born into a polymathic Quaker family, announced as one of this year's winners.

'Roger Penrose was announced as one of this year’s winners at a news conference in Stockholm this month.' | Photo: by Biswarup Ganguly on Wikimedia Commons.

Roger Penrose, a descendant from the famous Quaker Penrose family, is one of three scientists to have been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics for work to understand black holes.

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