Definition of Richard Feynman
1. Noun. United States physicist who contributed to the theory of the interaction of photons and electrons (1918-1988).
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1. The Physiologia of Jean Fernel (1567) by Jean Fernel (2003)
"Here I am echoing the perspective of the late Richard Feynman, Nobel Laureate in Physics ... 25 " Richard Feynman, What Do You Care What Other People Think? ..."
2. Designing Nanostructures at the Interface Between Biomedical and Physical by National Academies (2005)
"On December 29, 1959, at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society, the great physicist Richard Feynman conceived of manipulating materials on the ..."
3. An International Perspective on Advancing Technologies And Strategies for by Bgh, National Research Council (2005)
"He went on to Cornell University as a graduate student in 1947 and worked with Hans Bethe and Richard Feynman. His most useful contribution to science was ..."
4. Emerging Technologies and Ethical Issues in Engineering: Papers from a by National Academy of Engineering, National Academies (U.S.) (2004)
"... In essays often regarded as founding documents for the field of nanotechnology, Richard Feynman( 1992. 1993) said one of the most important things that ..."