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Paul Corkum named a 2015 Citation Laureate for Physics by Thomson Reuters, uOttawa News, 24 September 2015

Thomson Reuters Forecasts Nobel Prize Winners, 24 September 2015

Prowess in photonics brings third Max Planck Centre in North America to the University of Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press Release, May 26, 2015

University of Ottawa physicist captures light — accolades too, University of Ottawa Press Release, May 26, 2015

Dr. Paul Corkum accepts King Faisal Prize, NRC News Release, April 19, 2013

uOttawa physicist is third Canadian ever to win prestigious international science prize, University of Ottawa Press Release, January 30, 2013

Ground-breaking experiment published in Science magazine, University of Ottawa Press Release, October 13, 2011

NRC/University of Ottawa researchers shed light on electronic structure of atoms and molecules, University of Ottawa Press Release, March 8, 2011

NRC, uOttawa Scientists first to watch a chemical bond break using molecule's electrons, July 28, 2010

Paul Corkum receives $1.65 million towards mentorship of photonics protégés, June 29, 2010

"In Pursuit of the Briefest Beat - Attosecond pulses of light could open electrons' fast paced world," by Charles Petit, in ScienceNews - Feature Article, March 27th 2010, Vol 177, No 7, p. 16

Professor Paul Corkum bestowed with the Ahmed Zewail Award in Ultrafast Science and Technology, March 20th, 2010

"Nifty at Fifty - Five decades of laser technology shine light on chemistry fundamentals," C&EN celebrates a half-century of a device that shaped modern chemistry, by Mitch Jacoby & Lauren Wolf, Cover Story in Chemical and Engineering News, March 8, 2010, Vol 88, No 10, p. 13

New NRC, University of Ottawa laboratory strengthens Canada's position as world leader in attosecond science, Ottawa: November 30, 2009.

University of Ottawa researchers receive $12.7 million in CFI funding, Ottawa: June 19, 2009. uOttawa News Release

NRC, University of Ottawa scientist wins one of Ontario's most prestigious science prizes, Ottawa : May 12, 2009. NRC Press Release

Dr. Paul Corkum elected to U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Ottawa: April 30, 2009. uOttawa News Release

Dr. Paul Corkum: "attosecond science" pioneer, March 2009. NRC News Story

Freeze Frame Physics, February 2009, uOttawa Article

NSERC awards Canada’s top science prize - honours rising international stars, Ottawa: March 16 2009. NSERC News Release

Five University of Ottawa researchers receive Canada Research Chairs and over $1.12 million in CFI grants, Ottawa: June 10, 2008. uOttawa News Release

NRC-uOttawa "attosecond scientist" wins Polanyi Award, Ottawa: May 08, 2008. NRC News Story

NRC Scientist Wins Prestigious Award for Revolutionizing Small-Scale Mechanics, Ottawa: May 6, 2006: NRC Press Release

Celebrating a Brilliant Bunch of 'Fellows', Ottawa: November 5, 2005. NRC Highlights

NRC Researchers Capture First Image of an Electron Orbital, Ottawa: January 5, 2005. NRC Highlights

NRC Team First to Record an Image of a Single Electron Inside a Molecule, Ottawa: December 16, 2004. NRC Press Release

NRC Graduate Recognized for Breaking the Attosecond Barrier, Ottawa: May 5, 2003. NRC Highlights

Breakthrough Motion Imaging of Atoms in Molecules - NRC Movie features Atoms in the Starring Role, Ottawa: April 3, 2003. NRC Highlights