Italian physicist Giorgio Parisi won the Nobel Prize

Italian physicist Giorgio Parisi of Rome's Sapienza University won the Nobel Prize for Physics along with Syukuro Manabe & Klaus Hasselmann. Parisi, 73, was born in Rome and won the prize for his research on complex systems. Parisi was spotlighted for his work in the 1980s that was said by the Nobel Committee to be “among the most important contributions” to the

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