Posted January 17, 2018 06:15:38Diamond grillz is a Canadian-born, American-trained astrophysicist.
He is best known for his groundbreaking work on the structure of the cosmic microwave background, a radiation of the universe that can be observed and measured by NASA’s Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP).
His research has led to a new generation of astrophysicists and the formation of a new discipline: astrophysics.
Diamond is a recipient of the 2017 Royal Society Medal of Excellence, the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics and the 2018 Breakthrough Prize in Chemistry.
His research is published in more than 100 scientific journals, including The Astrophysical Journal, Nature, The Astrological Journal, The Journal of Cosmology, and The Astrobiology Journal.
Diamond is also a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Physical Society.
His research has been recognized by numerous awards and citations, including the 2017 Nobel Prize for Physics, the 2017 John B. MacArthur Fellowship in Astrophysics, the 2012 National Science Foundation National Science Education Grant, and the 2017 James S. McDonnell Memorial Prize in Astrometry.
In 2015, he was named the National Medal of Science.
Diamond has also been an honorary professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in astronomy and astrophysics from the University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and a Master of Science degree in astrophysics and astrophysiology from the Harvard University in the United States.
He has published more than 400 scientific articles in over 20 scientific journals.
Diamond has also served on the boards of the Canadian Association for Artificial Intelligence and the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine.
He is also the founder and executive director of the Diamond Observatory, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing space exploration education for Canadian students.
The observatory is based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Diamond’s latest book, The Cosmic Microwaves, is now available in paperback and eBook formats, and is a must-read for astrophysciences fans and general readers alike.