Steven Weinberg Biography

Academic, Physicist, Scientist, Academic (1933–)
Steven Weinberg is a Nobel Prize-winning scholar and physicist known for his groundbreaking work in electroweak theory.


Born on May 3, 1933, in New York, New York, Steven Weinberg studied physics and work as a professor at a number of institutions. His groundbreaking vision in constructing the electroweak theory led to him earning the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics, along with classmate Sheldon Glashow and Abdul Salam. Weinberg is also a prolific writer and author of works like The First Three Minutes.

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