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Pakistani Scientist Helped Discover 'God Particle'

ISLAMABAD - The pioneering work of Abdus Salam, Pakistan's only Nobel
laureate, helped lead to the apparent discovery of the subatomic "God
particle" last week.

Salam, a child prodigy born in 1926 in what was to become Pakistan after
the partition of British-controlled India, won more than a dozen
international prizes and honours. In 1979, he was co-winner of the Nobel
Prize for his work on the so-called Standard Model of particle physics,
which theorizes how fundamental forces govern the overall dynamics of
the universe. He died in 1996.
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Added: Jul-8-2012 Occurred On: Jul-8-2012
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