Synonyms for sanqiang or Related words with sanqiang

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Examples of "sanqiang"
His son Qian Sanqiang was a nuclear physicist who contributed to development of nuclear weapons in China.
Qian Sanqiang (Chinese: 钱三强) (October 16, 1913 – June 28, 1992) was a Chinese nuclear physicist.
In an interview, he said that three scientists influenced him very much, they are Hua Luogeng (for telling him how to learn), Qian Sanqiang (how to do research) and Ai Siqi (Historical Materialism and Dialectical Materialism).
From April 1950 to 1956 Wang was a researcher at the Institute of Modern Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and served as the Institute's deputy director from 1952. There, with the invitation of fellow researcher Qian Sanqiang, he began studies of cosmic-rays with a circular 12-feet cloud chamber. In 1952, he designed a magnetic cloud chamber.
In September 1999, he and Qian Sanqiang jointly received the special prize known as the "Two Bombs and One Satellite Meritorious Award" (两弹一星功勋奖章) for their contributions to the Chinese nuclear program. It was granted to them posthumously by the State Council, the Central Committee of the Communist Party, and the Central Military Commission.
When his student Qian Sanqiang met him and attempted to greet him, Ye asked his student to leave him to avoid potentially implicating Qian. Other than Qian, Zhao Yuanren, Ren Zhigong, Lin Jiaqiao, Dai Zhenduo, Chen Ning Yang requested visits with him, but received refusals from the government.
Over the past century, more than 400 Peking University alumni had become presidents of other major Chinese universities, including former Tsinghua President Luo Jialun, Renmin University President Yuan Baohua, Zhejiang University President Qian Sanqiang, Fudan University President Zhang Zhirang, Nankai University President Teng Weizao, Chinese University of Science and Technology President Guan Weiyan and many others.
He Zehui was born in Suzhou in 1914. She attended Suzhou No.10 Middle School where she was interested in a variety of subjects and she was on the volleyball team. She graduated from Tsinghua University in Beijing in 1936, with a degree in physics. She then went on to study at the Technical University of Berlin, where she was the top student in her class, outperforming her future husband Qian Sanqiang as well.
Many famous scientists, such as Zhao Yuanren, Ren Zhigong, Lin Jiaqiao, Dai Zhenduo, Chen Ning Yang, Chen Daisui, Wu Youxun, Wang Zhuxi, Tsung-Dao Lee, Qian Sanqiang, Chien Wei-zang were his students. In 1999, Chinese government awarded 23 founding fathers of Chinese space program as "Fathers of Two Bombs (atomic bomb and hydrogen bomb) and One Star (artificial satellite)". Over half of them were used to be his students; therefore, Ye was generally hailed as "the master of masters".
Her work was published in the leading scientific journal "Nature," (1945 Nature, Vol. 156 p 543) after she presented a paper in Bristol on her work with Maier-Leibnitz and Bothe which included the very first picture of a positron–electron scatter. After World War II she and her husband, Qian Sanqiang, went to work in Paris at the Marie Curie Institute in 1946. She studied and confirmed the phenomena of nuclear fission and the couple returned to China in 1948.
Type 636A is the successor of earlier Type 636. Construction of the first ship of Type 636A began at Wuhu Shipyard in May 2003 and there are more than two dozen surveying systems installed on board. Originally named as Ocean (Haiyang, 海洋) 20, but subsequently changed to Zhu Kezhen. The second ship of Type 636A was originally named as Ocean (Haiyang, 海洋) 22, but subsequently changed to Qian Sanqiang. Specification:*
Fuchs was released on 23 June 1959, after serving nine years and four months of his sentence (as then required in England where long-term prisoners were entitled by law to one-third off for good behaviour in prison) at Wakefield Prison and promptly emigrated to the German Democratic Republic (East Germany). A tutorial he gave to Qian Sanqiang and other Chinese physicists helped them to develop the first Chinese atomic bomb, the "596", which was tested five years later—according to Thomas Reed and Daniel Stillman, the authors of "The Nuclear Express: A Political History of the Bomb and Its Proliferation" (2009). Three historians of nuclear weapons history, Robert S. Norris, Jeremy Bernstein, and Peter D. Zimmerman, challenged this particular assertion as "unsubstantiated conjecture" and asserted that "The Nuclear Express" is "an ambitious but deeply flawed book".