Jesús Navarro
Professor of Research at the Institute for Corpuscular Physics (CSIC-University of Valencia).
The physicist who did not follow the beaten path

Richard Phillips Feynman (1918–1988) was certainly a curious character, as he himself remarked in the subtitle of his anecdotal books (Feynman, 1985; Feynman, 1988). Not only was he one of the most brilliant and original physicists of the twentieth century, one of the few scientists who opened up new and broad avenues in his discipline.