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Graduate Student Essay Wins FQXI Prize

Friday, January 24, 2014

Congratulations to graduate student Jennifer Nielsen for winning the Foundational Questions Institute $1000 prize for student essays on the foundational physics topic of "It from Bit or Bit from It" for her essay "Is Bit It?" FQXI is an organization/think tank headed up by Max Tegmark with members such as Stephen Hawking and Roger Penrose and is dedicated to encouraging exploration of foundational physics topics.

Read winning essays, including Jennifer's Special Commendation Prize.

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