The Standard Model in a Nutshell, Dave Goldberg. Technology Meets Research, Christian Fabjan, Thomas Taylor, Daniel Treille and Horst Wenninger.
Fashion, Faith and Fantasy in the New Physics of the Universe, Roger Penrose. Ripples in spacetime, Govert Schilling.
Relativity Matters, Johann Rafelski. The Standard Theory of Particle Physics, Luciano Maiani and Luigi Rolandi.
I am the Smartest Man I Know, Ivar Giaever. Fermilab at 50, Swapan Chattopadhyay and Joseph David Lykken.
The CERN–JINR European School of High-Energy Physics marks 25 years of teaching advanced topics in particle physics.
The Lazy Universe, Jennifer Coopersmith. The Cosmic Cocktail, Katherine Freese.
Sometimes referred to as the bible of particle physics, during the last 60 years the Review of Particle Physics has become the number-one reference in the field.
Weinberg’s paper “A Model of Leptons”, published in Physical Review Letters (PRL) on 20 November 1967, determined the direction of high-energy particle physics through the final decades of the 2...
Radioactivity and Radiation: What They Are, What They Do, and How to Harness Them By Claus Grupen and Mark Rodgers Springer International Publishing Have you ever thought that batteries capable of pro...
An Introduction to Gauge Theories By N Cabibbo, L Maiani and O Benhar CRC Press There is always great excitement among the academic community when a new book by renowned scientists is published. Writt...