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Opportunities in High Magnetic Field Science A Nobel Prizes for Research That Used or Significantly Affected the Development of High Magnetic Fields Year Field Recipients Citation 2003 Medicine P. Lauterbur, P. Mansfield Magnetic resonance imaging 2003 Physics A. Abrikosov, V. Ginzburg, A. Leggett Type II superconductors, superfluidity 2002 Chemistry K. Wuthrich NMR spectroscopy of biological macromolecules in solution 1998 Physics R. Laughlin, H. Stormer, D. Tsui Fractional quantum Hall effect, theory and experiment 1996 Physics D. Lee, D. Osheroff, R. Richardson Superfluidity of helium-3 1991 Chemistry R. Ernst High-resolution Fourier transform and 2D NMR 1987 Physics J. Bednorz, K. Muller High-Tc superconductivity 1985 Physics K. von Klitzing Quantum Hall effect 1982 Physics K. Wilson Critical phenomena, phase transitions 1977 Physics P. Anderson, N. Mott, J. van Vleck Theory of magnetic and disordered systems 1973 Physics L. Esaki, I. Giaever, B. Josephson Superconducting tunnel junctions 1972 Physics J. Bardeen, L. Cooper, J. Schrieffer Theory of superconductivity 1970 Physics L. Neel Antiferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism 1955 Physics P. Kusch Precision measurement of the electron’s magnetic moment 1952 Physics F. Bloch, E. Purcell NMR in condensed matter 1944 Physics I. Rabi NMR of isolated atoms and molecules, using molecular beams 1943 Physics O. Stern Magnetic moment of the proton 1922 Chemistry F. Aston Mass spectrograph 1913 Physics K. Onnes Superconductivity