Definitions for "Abdus Salam"
Keywords:  salam, luxmipur, feni, sahiwal, ndash
Dr. Abdus Salam (Urdu: عبد السلام) (January 29, 1926 at Santokdas, Sahiwal in Punjab – 21 November, 1996 in Oxford, England) was a Pakistani theoretical physicist who received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1979 for his work in electroweak theory which is the mathematical and conceptual synthesis of the electromagnetic and weak interactions, the latest stage in the effort to provide a unified description of the four fundamental forces of nature. Salam, Sheldon Glashow and Steven Weinberg arrived at the theory independently and shared the prize.
Abdus Salam (1925-April 7, 1952) was a martyr of the language movement which took place in the erstwhile East Pakistan (currently Bangladesh), in 1952. He was born in Luxmipur village of Feni District.