Physics is the second of this year's crop of Nobels to be awarded, after three scientists won the medicine prize for their discovery of Hepatitis C on Monday.
Einstein's theory just got a whole lot harder to beat.
"Our work shows that some of that interior heat is still able to reach the surface even today. Venus is clearly not so geologically dead or dormant as previously thought."
These types of advancements could be used towards storing data, magnetic sensing as well as neuromorphic computing.
The team’s discovery could lead to the development of novel methods of non-destructive analysis in arenas ranging from medicine to security, including identifying dental caries or explosive devices.
"So we better spend our time and energy trying to fix it than trying to imagine that we will ... destroy it and leave it," he said.
The letter, written in June 1950, addresses Ernst Gabor Strauss' concerns over Einstein's Theory of Everything
Delegates from 78 countries from Europe, Asia and the Americas will participate in the competition.