Famous for creating a nuclear weapon referred to as the W70, this New York-born physicist is known as an early on architect from the mixed fission and fusion neutron bomb. After gaining levels in physics and mathematics on the School of California-Los Angeles, he became a member of the well-known Manhattan project, learning neutron behavior within the atomic bomb that could devastate Nagasaki, Japan and help produce the finish of World Battle II. He proved helpful for the RAND Company through the 1950s. He was raised in NEW YORK as the kid of Austrian-Jewish immigrants. He and fellow physicist Roy Glauber had been both mixed up in Manhattan Project.