Richard Feynman

About Richard Feynman

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Born May 11, 1918, Richard Feynman was an American physicist. Along with Julian Schwinger and Shin’ichirō Tomonaga, Feynman received a Nobel Prize for Physics in 1965. His work developing quantum electrodynamics earned him national acclaim.

1965 – Received the Nobel Prize in Physics

10th ranked in the greatest physicists of all time

15 years old when he taught himself trigonometry, advanced algebra, infinite series, analytic geometry, and both differential and integral calculus

125 I.Q. when he was in high school

Attendees at his first seminar included Albert Einstein, Wolfgang Pauli, and John von Neumann

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