Wang Yifang

Deputy Director

Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS



For leading a large international collaboration that carried out the Daya Bay neutrino oscillation experiment in China, Wang received the 2015 Nikkei Asia Prize in the science, technology and environment category.

(Photo: Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

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