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Feynman

Richard. 1918--88, US physicist, noted for his research on quantum electrodynamics; shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1965
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In a way, Feynman interested me more than the project did,'' says Hurt.
What makes it even more inspiring is that Feynman had terminal cancer while investigating the disaster.
The Feynman award was presented to the team at the 2013 Foresight Technical Conference in Palo Alto, California where they were recognized for their continued experimental work using atomic microscope tools.
On the one hand, he shows how Feynman diagrams evolved in Richard Feynman's work from diagrams actually depicting physical processes occurring in space and time.
Feynman (1918-1988) was a scientist, teacher, raconteur, and musician.
But although Feynman could be lighthearted and amusing when explaining science, he was starkly serious when in its thrall; once enticed by a high-school teacher to study a spinoff of Fermat's Principle called the "principle of least action," he was smitten.
It might seem a bit weird for a fourteen-year-old-girl to be writing to a dead physicist but Feynman was a very impressive person.
Feynman made extraordinary contributions to national defense after his time at MIT with his work on the Manhattan Project.
In which category did Richard Feynman share a 1965 Nobel Prize?
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Richard Feynman is credited with originally presenting the idea of "creating new things on a small scale" in the late 1950s.
The American physicist Richard Feynman gave his name to a series of seminal diagrams--also known as Stukelberg or Penguin diagrams--which have been described as types of book-keeping devices for performing calculations in quantum field theory.