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CTR Wilson’s invention of the cloud chamber made the subatomic world visible by displaying particle tracks of condensation. Dr Alec MacKinnon of Glasgow University tells the story of the first Scottish Nobel Prizewinner in Physics, born 150 years ago, and how his particular mix of interests remains topical in current research on cosmic radiation and climate.

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