Remembering Abdus Salam — Prof. Chris Isham | #InDialogue Ep. 4, Part 1

Emeritus Professor Chris Isham remembers Nobel Laureate Abdus Salam.

Abdus Salam was one of the foremost scientists of the 20th century. His contributions to unifying the fundamental forces of nature still resonate in physics today. He was an Ahmadi Muslim, seeing no disharmony between his faith and his science. Described by Jim Al-Khalili as the most important Muslim scientist for a thousand years, he was the epitome of the ‘spiritual scientist.’

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We also want to thank the Ahmadiyya Muslim Research Association (AMRA; for their support and collaboration!


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