OK, so to commemorate Feynman's 100th birthday, the UK's Daily Express decided to do a "Top 10" about physics. I thought this was going to be a fun read when I encountered #8 on the list:
It said "8. The only double winner is John Bardeen: 1956 (transistors) and 1972 (MRI images)"
Nope! The 1972 Nobel Prize in physics to Bardeen was for the theory of superconductivity. He is the "B" in BCS theory!
The Nobel Prize for MRI imaging was given in 2003 to Paul Lauterbur and Peter Mansfield.
How come news organizations don't do fact checking anymore nowadays?