“Indeed, that is the whole belief of physicists; the greater the depth we have actively sought, the greater ours. the mystery is captivated, the more awe we believe, the more amazement we feel for our gaze.
Abdus Salam, a 14-year-old science genius, received the Highest Matriculation Examination marks ever recorded at the Punjab university in the early 1940s. When He returned from Lahore by bicycle, the entire town greeted him.
Salam received a scholarship to the University of Cambridge in 1949 to pursue a dual bachelor’s degree in mathematics and physics.
In 1950, He was awarded the University of Cambridge’s Smith’s Prize for the most excellent pre-doctoral ability to contribute to physics.
Salam introduced many advances in science and innovative theories during his scientific career, including the Pati-Salam model, the Grand Unified Theory, and Supersymmetry Research.
He won a Nobel Prize in Physics with Sheldon Glashow and Steven Weinberg in 1979.
They contributed significantly to electroweak unification theory