A Colorado scientist shares the Nobel prize in physics.
John L. Hall of C.U. Boulder was honored for work that led to development of extremely accurate clocks and global positioning systems.
It was Hall's work with laser spectroscopy that led to the prize. He shares the 1.3 million dollar prize with two other scientists.
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