I felt like a traveler who rests himself at a small tea shop at the top of a mountain slope. At that time I was not thinking about whether there were any more mountains ahead.
“A scientific accomplishment is always the accumulative result of many people working on the same or related fields.” Tsing-Dao Lee
A Chinese American Nobel Laureate. He along with Tsung-Dao Lee, won Nobel prize in Physics in 1957 for theory of Non-Conservation of parity. They proposed that law of the conservation of parity is violated in weak nuclear reactions. Yang is also well known for Yang-Mills Theory.
The essence of science is independent thinking, hard work, and not equipment. When I got my Nobel Prize, I had spent hardly 200 rupees on my equipment. C.V. Raman