Lyman Alexander Page, Jr. (born September 24, 1957) is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor in Physics at Princeton University. He is an expert in observational cosmology and one of the original co-investigators for the WMAP probe that made precise observations of the cosmic background radiation, an electromagnetic echo of the Universe's big bang phase.
Page obtained his B.A. from Bowdoin College, Brunswick in 1978, going on to obtain his doctorate in 1989 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.
Page resides in Princeton, New Jersey with his wife and three boys.2015 Gruber Prize
2010 Shaw Prize
2006 Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2006 Philips Lectureship
2004 Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
2003 Marc Aaronson Lectureship & Prize
2003 Primakoff Lectureship
1994 David and Lucile Packard Fellowship
1992 & 1994 Princeton Engineering Council Teaching Award
1994 Research Corporation Cottrell Scholar
1993 National Science Foundation NYI Award
1987–1989 NASA Graduate Student Researchers Program Fellowship