Dr. Perl was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1995 for discovering the tau lepton, a subatomic particle that is one of the building blocks of the universe.
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Feynman (center) with Robert Oppenheimer (right) relaxing at a Los Alamos social function during the Manhattan Project. Credit:
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