Astrophysicist wins prize 50 years later

Astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell won the Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics 50 years after discovering pulsars in space. Bell Burnell is donating her winnings to the U.K.’s Institute of Physics, where they will fund graduate scholarships for under-represented students to study physics. Read more at NPR about how she didn’t share the Nobel Prize at the time because she was a student.