This category is dedicated to those men and women who made decisive contributions to the advance of physics during the time they lived in. They were specialists who studied a wide range of physical phenomena spanning all length scales: from the sub-atomic particles, from which all ordinary matter is made (particle physics) to the behavior of the material Universe as a whole (cosmology).
A biography of the physicist whose optical experiments served as a foundation to the theory of relativity.
Biography of the physicist who built the first experimental nuclear reactor, the Atomic Pile of the University of Chicago, USA.
Personal life, works, and achievements of the physicist who developed the quantum mechanics, by the Nobel Prize Organization.
A biography of the father of superconductivity by the Nobel Prize Organization.
A Wikipedia page which displays in alphabetical order links to biographies of the most famous physicists in history.
A biography of the French scientist who postulated the wave nature of electrons, one of the basis of the quantum physics.
Personal life, works, and achievements of the man who was the father of the quantum physics, by the Nobel Prize Organization.
Information about his life, contributions to physics, and theories. Reference books and links to websites of interest.
A biography by the Nobel Price Organization including personal life, topics of study, achievements, and awards.
Personal life, fields of work, and achievements of the scientist who measured the charge of an electron, by the Nobel Prize Organization.
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