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Ten Indian American Physicists in The American Physical Society's newly elected fellows

There are 10 Indian American Physicists among the 155 elected members of the American Physical Society.

Image: Arun Bansil of Northeastern University is one of ten Indian American Physicists

The newly elected fellows of the American Physical Society for 2021 have been announced. There are 10 Indian American physicists among the 155 elected members. These members have been honored for their outstanding contributions to physics.

Kaustubh Agashe, the University of Maryland was honored "for pioneering advances in holographic composite Higgs theory and phenomenology, as well as motivating multiple related experimental studies at the Large Hadron Collider."

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