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Qian Sanqiang (October 16, 1913-June 28, 1992), nuclear physicist. Originally from Huzhou, Zhejiang, born in Shaoxing, Zhejiang, the founder of China's atomic energy science, the father of China's "two bombs and one star", and an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 1932, graduated from Peking University preparatory course. In 1936, graduated from Tsinghua University. In 1948, he served as a professor in the Department of Physics of Tsinghua University, vice president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and president of Zhejiang University, vice chairman and honorary chairman of the Chinese Association for Science and Technology, and chairman of the first council of the Chinese Society for Science and Technology Policy.


Qian Sanqiang (October 16, 1913-June 28, 1992), nuclear physicist. Originally from Huzhou, Zhejiang, born in Shaoxing, Zhejiang, the founder of China's atomic energy science, the father of China's "two bombs and one star", and an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 1932, graduated from Peking University preparatory course. In 1936, graduated from Tsinghua University. In 1948, he served as a professor in the Department of Physics of Tsinghua University, vice president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and president of Zhejiang University, vice chairman and honorary chairman of the Chinese Association for Science and Technology, and chairman of the first council of the Chinese Society for Science and Technology Policy.

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