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The Copley Medal is a scientific award given by the Royal Society, London, and is the oldest surviving scientific award in the world, having first been given in 1731 to Stephen Gray. Andre Geim was given the award in 2013 for his discovery of grapheme and in 2014 it was awarded to DNA fingerprinting pioneer Alec Jeffreys.

Which Nobel Prize winner won it on 20 July 2015 ‘for his fundamental contribution to particle physics with his theory explaining the origin of mass in elementary particles, confirmed by the experiments at the LHC.’?

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