Ten-year-old boy co-authors scientific paper


At the tender age of 10, Swedish boy Linus Hovmoller Zou has had his name put on a research paper published in The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.

Using his Sudoku expertise, he helped his father Professor Sven Hovmoller discover the atomic structure of a type of crystal called approximants.

Kate Peevor reports.

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