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Chen Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee

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Madame Wu And The Holiday Experiment That Changed Physics Forever

Gizmodo Australia
Tsung-Dao Lee and Chen-Ning Yang even had some ideas for how one could test their hypothesis experimentally, and convinced Wu — who specialised in weak interaction experiments at Columbia University — to work on the project. Wu in turn partnered ...

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Six China-born laureates since 1957

Xinhua
BEIJING, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) -- Tu Youyou is the first winner of a Nobel prize in the sciences from a Chinese institution. In 2012, Mo Yan claimed the Nobel Prize in Literature. However, there have been other Chinese winners of the Nobel Prize, who were ...

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Charge-parity violation

Symmetry magazine
But Wu and her team found just the opposite to be true. This meant that nature was playing favorites. Parity, or P symmetry, had been violated. Two theorists, Tsung Dao Lee and Chen Ning Yang, who had suggested testing parity in this way, shared the ...

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I Ching: a book of guidelines to our actions

Shanghai Daily (subscription)
Chen Ning Yang and Tsung-Dao Lee are both Chinese-born American physicists. Their research in 1956 toppled the Parity Conservation Law, a widely accepted presumption in modern physics at that time. The landmark discovery earned them the Nobel ...

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