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About Ahmed Zewail

Ahmed Hassan Zewail (February 26, 1946 – August 2, 2016) was an Egyptian-American scientist, known as the “father of femtochemistry”. He was awarded the 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on femtochemistry and became the first Egyptian to win a Nobel Prize in a scientific field. He was the Linus Pauling Chair Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Physics, and the director of the Physical Biology Center for Ultrafast Science and Technology at the California Institute of Technology.


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1

Higher education should be based on quality, not quantity; receive merit-based funding; and be free of unnecessary bureaucracy. Not the least of the benefits of educational reform is to foster the pride of achievement at national and international levels.


2

On the banks of the Nile, the Rosetta branch, I lived an enjoyable childhood in the City of Disuq, which is the home of the famous mosque, Sidi Ibrahim.


3

The family’s dream was to see me receive a high degree abroad and to return to become a university professor – on the door to my study room, a sign was placed reading ‘Dr. Ahmed,’ even though I was still far from becoming a doctor.


4

Reading was and still is my real joy.


5

As a boy, it was clear that my inclinations were toward the physical sciences. Mathematics, mechanics, and chemistry were among the fields that gave me a special satisfaction.


6

From the dawn of history, science has probed the universe of unknowns, searching for the uniting laws of nature.


7

It turns out all molecular and biological systems have speeds of the atoms move inside them; the fastest possible speeds are determined by their molecular vibrations, and this speed is about a kilometre per second.


8

Human resources are just tremendous in Egypt, but we need the science base; we need the correct science base.


9

The universe at large is full of questions that we still don’t know anything about, and there will be always young people, brilliant, who are going to make new discoveries.


10

I am not one of the new media experts working all the time with my computers and the PowerPoints and things of that sort.


11

The co-existence of religious values in the lives of individuals and secular rules in the governance of the state should be clearly defined.


12

Besides being a prime cause of poor economic growth, poor governance breeds corruption, which cripples investment, wastes resources, and diminishes confidence.


13

Shortly after Sisi was elected, his administration announced cuts of ‘subsidies’ on natural gas and energy consumption and lowered those for bread and other goods. Such action was taboo during the Mubarak and Sadat presidencies for over half a century, but Sisi was able to convince Egyptians he was taking necessary action.


14

The Muslim Brotherhood and the Salifist parties are a real force in the Egyptian society.


15

Every effort should be made to help build the new democratic nation with reconciliation and forgiveness, for the sake of Egypt and not for the benefit of a party or a group.


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16

Growing up in Egypt, I never saw the country as divided as it is today. We now have two main political groupings: the Islamist parties and the civil, or liberal, political parties.


17

There is little doubt that an unstable Syria will destabilize the whole Middle East.


18

Syria may appear to be a small country, but it is just the type of entangled conflict that can lead to a world catastrophe. It does not take much imagination to see Syria as the Sarajevo of the 21st century, leading to world war.


19

On Sunday August 5, 2012, I was among a group of people who witnessed the Rover landing on Mars in real time at NASA’s Caltech-managed Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena.


20

Investing in science education and curiosity-driven research is investing in the future.


21

In the 1960s, I personally lived the resounding impact of President Nasser’s vision of constructing Aswan’s High Dam as a ‘national project’ for controlling the Nile irrigation and the production of electricity.


22

Investment in education and economic prosperity is the best way to cure fanaticism and for establishing a just peace in the Middle East.


23

Mubarak came to power as a hero who fought bravely in Egypt’s wars and headed the nation’s air force.


24

I’d rather have the influence than the power, and the influence to me is to build institutions of independence and democracy, to regain for Egypt prestige in education and science and technology.


25

Let me put it this way: There is nothing in Islam that is fundamentally against the quest for knowledge.


26

Our femtosecond snapshots can examine a molecule at discrete instants in time.


27

A femtosecond is comparable to one second in 32 million years. It is like watching a 32-million-year movie to see one second.


28

For years, the West supported Mubarak and gave aid for what it hoped was stability – but was actually stagnation – in the Middle East.


29

In Egypt, every family is suffering from the deteriorated schooling and university system of the Mubarak regime. What families want most of all is to secure a good education for their children.


30

There is no ‘master plan’ on the road to the Nobel Prize. It represents a lot of hard work, a passion for that work and… being in the right place at the right time. For me, that place was Caltech.


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