Nikolai Bogolyubov, Soviet physicist

Nikolai Bogolyubov, Soviet physicist

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Caption: Nikolai Nikolaevich Bogolyubov (1909-1992), Soviet mathematician and physicist. Bogolyubov was born in Russia, and then educated in Kiev, the Ukraine. His main work was on solving non-linear equations so that the results could be applied in practice. He also worked on superfluidity, superconductivity and quantum physics. He was a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences, and his awards include Hero of Socialist Labor, the Lenin Prize, the USSR State Prize, the Lomonosov Gold Medal, and the Dirac Medal. From 1965-1988 he was director of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research at Dubna, near Moscow, Russia. Photographed in Russia on 10 September 1959.

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