Albert Fert

Co-laureate for the 2007 Nobel Prize for physics. The 69-year-old Frenchman and Peter Gruenberg of Germany shared the prize for discovering a phenomenon called giant magnetoresistance.<br>
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Loving that stern pose, and Fert is coolly confident with his hands in his pockets. We’re even willing to forgive the baby-blanket blue of that sweater because it’s tastefully paired with a white shirt, and it does – we admit – look comfy. But then why ruin it with some lying-around-the house jeans? Juice that up with some black slacks, Al! Way too casual for someone who discovered giant magnetoresistance.

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Co-laureate for the 2007 Nobel Prize for physics. The 69-year-old Frenchman and Peter Gruenberg of Germany shared the prize for discovering a phenomenon called giant magnetoresistance.

WASH

Loving that stern pose, and Fert is coolly confident with his hands in his pockets. We’re even willing to forgive the baby-blanket blue of that sweater because it’s tastefully paired with a white shirt, and it does – we admit – look comfy. But then why ruin it with some lying-around-the house jeans? Juice that up with some black slacks, Al! Way too casual for someone who discovered giant magnetoresistance.

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