Ray Jayawardhana, astrophysicist and Dean of the Faculty of Science at York University, is available to comment today on the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physics to Canadian Arthur B. McDonald and Takaaki Kajita of Japan. Jayawardhana is the author of the popular science book, Neutrino Hunters: The Thrilling Chase for a Ghostly Particle to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe, where he identified McDonald and Kajita as prime candidates to receive a Nobel. Dean Jayawardhana is available for phone and email interviews today. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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