Who Won the 1957
Nobel Prize Physics

Chen Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee

1956 Nobel Prize Physics Winner
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Chen Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee News

1957 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Chen Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee News

Lowbrow terms applied to high-caliber minds

Washington Post
The intellectual horsepower resident in wonks, geeks and nerds such as Albert Einstein, David Hilbert, Paul Dirac, Marie Curie, Richard Feynman, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, John von Neumann, Lise Meitner, Chen Ning Yang, Tsung Dao Lee, John ...

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This Woman Turned the World of Physics on Its Head—So Why Was She ...

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Physicists Tsung-dao Lee and Chen-ning Yang theorized that the widely accepted law of parity of physics didn't hold up. In simple terms, the law of parity says that on a quantum level, objects such as atoms and neutrons have little dance partners: They ...

1957 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Chen Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee News

Poverty makes for good students

China Post
Dr. Yang Chen-ning, China's first Nobel laureate, came from Beijing to Taipei last week to belatedly receive an honorary doctorate from the National Taiwan University. He was awarded the degree last year, but couldn't come because he was indisposed at ...

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Nobel Prize Winner Tsung-Dao Lee Donates Medal to Shanghai's New Library

Yibada (English Edition)
In 1957, he shared the Nobel Prize in Physics with fellow Chinese-American Chen-Ning Yang for their studies on the violation of parity law in quantum physics. In addition, Lee was also known for his philanthropic work in China, including founding the ...

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