One Idea Makes You Extraordinary: How to Become a Scientific Giant
This book contains 30 short stories written by a physicist to describe the discovery moments of the famous and important physicists and mathematicians in history, trying to explain their thoughts and ideas.
About the Author
Cao Zexian, born in 1966, is now a senior scientist at the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He has published more than one hundred research articles on top-tier journals and a few books including Etymologicon for Chinese physics learners (4 volumes, in mixed languages), Thin Film Growth (English), Quantum Mechanics for Juniors(Chinese), etc. He is also a free-lance writer for the journal of Physics in Chinese.