Two scientists won a prestigious Israeli prize for their work with subatomic particles known as neutrinos. Raymond Davis Jr., 85, of the University of Pennsylvania, and Masatoshi Koshiba, 73, from the University of Tokyo, will share the $100,000 Wolf Prize for physics. The Israel-based Wolf Foundation awards prizes annually for achievements in art, agriculture, chemistry, mathematics, medicine and physics.
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