Physicist who all received a Nobel Award in Physics in 1994 for focus on the introduction of the neutron scattering technique, which he began in 1946. This is the longest ever period after the primary work was finished which the Nobel Award was honored He received BS from Carnegie Institute of Technology before attaining his PhD from NY School. He received the Buckley Award in the American Physical Culture in 1956, the same calendar year he was elected towards the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He previously three sons along with his wife Martha. Like Madame Curie, he received the Nobel Award in Physics.