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Magnetricity and Magnetic Monopoles

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Professor Steve Bramwell has won the 2010 Holweck Medal and Prize, one of the most prestigious awards in European Physics. The prize recognises Professor Bramwell’s groundbreaking work in magnetism, and particularly his work on “spin ice”, leading to his discovery of magnetic monopoles and “magnetricity” – the magnetic equivalent of electricity. Steven is a member of the Condensed Matter and Materials Physics group (CMMP) in the Department and the London Centre for Nanotechnology (LCN).

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