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Path integrals, topological phases, and Bohm-Aharonov effect. Michelson received the Physics Prize in 1907. A teacher at my son's school said that an electron around an atom moves close to the speed of light? This type of oscillation could occur only if there were more than the standard three neutrinos and would have a major impact on particle physics. Vittorio Paolone's research specializes in the study of neutrino properties.

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