Meson physics, which has figured in two other Nobel awards in past years, again in 1950 played a dominant role at Stockholm when Cecil F. Powell, 46‐year‐old Melville Wills Professor of Physics at Bristol University's H. H. Wills Physical Laboratory, received the 1950 Nobel Prize in physics ($31,715) for his contributions to the knowledge of mesons.

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