This Biography is about one of the best Physicists Edward Teller including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Edward Teller|
|Real Name||Edward Teller|
|Personal life of Edward Teller|
|Born on||15 January 1908|
|Died At Age||95|
|Died on||09 September 2003|
|Place of death||Stanford|
|Grouping of People||Atheists|
|Family Background of Edward Teller|
|Education||University of Karlsruhe, University of Leipzig, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology|
|Founder/Co-Founder||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)|
|Discoveries / Inventions||Thermonuclear Weapon|
|Awards||1986 – United States Military Academy’s Sylvanus Thayer Award 1958 – Albert Einstein Award 1962 – Enrico Fermi Award
1975 – Harvey Prize 1991 – Ig Nobel Prizes for Peace in recognition 1961 – Time Persons of the Year – National Medal of Science – Presidential Medal of Freedom
|Personal Fact of Edward Teller|
A controversial figure and one of the most brilliant nuclear and molecular physicists, Edward Teller left an unparalleled legacy in the field of science. Hailed as the the father of the hydrogen bomb, Teller was one of the most imaginative and creative physicists. He holds a significant position in the development of nuclear energy and has made a major contribution in the fields of nuclear physics, molecular physics and spectroscopy.
This weapons research pioneer, whose work on nuclear science was of crucial importance, played a key role in the American War effort. He advocated nuclear energy development, proposed the need for a strong nuclear arsenal and the need for a vigorous nuclear testing program in the country.
He also helped to create nuclear reactor safety standards. He also investigated and proposed non-military uses of nuclear explosives and also advised Israel on nuclear matters. To learn more interesting facts about his childhood, personal life and professional achievements in the field of science, nuclear energy and nuclear technology, scroll down and continue to read this biography.