While at SLAC, he and Friedman and Kendall conducted the series of
experiments that confirmed the hypothesis that protons and neutrons
are made up of quarks. This discovery was crucial to the formulation
of the currently accepted theoretical description of matter and its
interactions, known as the standard model. Taylor became an associate
professor at Stanford in 1968 and a full professor in 1970.
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