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# Name
Year
Country
Science
achievements
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Toshihide Maskawa

1940-
Japan
Physics

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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Tracy Camp

0

Computer science

wireless computing
1 483
Trygve Reenskaug

0

Computer science

Model-view-controller (MVC) software architecture pattern
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Tsung-Dao Lee

1926-
China
Physics

co-proposed parity violation in weak interactions
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Tullio Regge

1931-
Italy
Physics

developed the theory of Regge trajectories by investigating the asymptotic behavior of potential-scattering processes through the analytic continuation of the angular momentum to the complex plane
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Tycho Brahe

1546-1601
Denmark
Astronomy

observed a supernova now known as ``Tycho's supernova''; made the most precise observations of stellar and planetary positions then known
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Urbain Le Verrier

1811-1877
France
Astronomy

accurately predicted the position of Neptune, which led to its discovery
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Val Logsdon Fitch

1923-
USA
Physics

co-discovered that decays of neutral kaons sometime violate CP conservation
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Vannevar Bush

1890-1974
USA
Computer science

Analogue computing pioneer. Originator of the Memex concept, which led to the development of Hypertext. (1930)
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Vannoccio Biringuccio

1480-1539
Italy
Chemistry


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