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Anno
Paese
Scienza
Realizzazioni
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Toshihide Maskawa

1940-
Giappone
Fisica

contributed to theoretical understanding of CP-violation; co-discovered the origin of the broken symmetry that predicts the existence of at least three families of quarks
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Yoichiro Nambu

1921-
Giappone
Fisica

contributed to elementary particle theory; recognized the role played by spontaneous symmetry-breaking in analogy with superconductivity theory; formulated QCD (quantum chromodynamics), the gauge theory of color
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Hideki Yukawa

1907-1981
Giappone
Fisica

predicted existence of the pion
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Shin'Ichiro Tomonaga

1906-1979
Giappone
Fisica

co-developed quantum electrodynamics
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Makato Kobayashi

1944-
Giappone
Fisica

contributed to theoretical understanding of CP-violation; co-discovered the origin of the broken symmetry that predicts the existence of at least three families of quarks
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Kiyotsugu Hirayama

1874-1943
Giappone
Astronomia

discovered the existence of groups of asteroids with similar orbital elements. He hypothesized that the asteroids in these families (now called Hirayama families) were physically related
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Chushiro Hayashi

1920-2010
Giappone
Astronomia

discovered the pattern followed by pre-main-sequence stars on H-R diagrams (now called the Hayashi track); discovered the maximum radius for a star of a given mass (the Hayashi limit)
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Baron Kitasato ShibasaburĊ

1853-1931
Giappone


He is remembered as the co-discoverer of the infectious agent of bubonic plague in Hong Kong in 1894, almost simultaneously with Alexandre Yersin.
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Jokichi Takamine

1854-1922
Giappone
Chimica

isolated the hormone
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Kenkichi Iwasawa

1917-1998
Giappone
Matematica

influence on algebraic number theory

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