Indian-origin schoolboy in UK wins major physics prize

London: A 15-year-old Indian-origin schoolboy in the UK has been awarded the Institute of Physics Prize for conducting an experiment that verified an effect of Albert Einstein's theory of special relativity.Pratap Singh, a student at
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PTI April 06, 2015 14:14 IST

London: A 15-year-old Indian-origin schoolboy in the UK has been awarded the Institute of Physics Prize for conducting an experiment that verified an effect of Albert Einstein's theory of special relativity.

Pratap Singh, a student at The Perse School, Cambridge, has won the 500 pounds Institute of Physics (IOP) prize at the Big Bang Fair held at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham in March.

The prize was among several awarded in the finals of the National Science and Engineering Competition at the fair.

More than 200 UK students aged 11-18 competed in the finals, demonstrating their projects to thousands of visitors.

In his experiment, Singh used two Geiger-Muller tubes to detect cosmic-ray muons, which should not reach the Earth in detectable numbers unless time dilation occurs

 
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