This book is also a lively performance - its authors, from Dublin's Trinity College, evidently have a knowledge for thirst!
Last year the 90th anniversary of the birth of Russian scientific polymath Nikolai Nikolaevich Bogolyubov was marked by an international conference, which travelled through the three cities where he...
This winter, CERN's LEP pit formed the backdrop for an unusual theatrical performance portraying Paul Dirac's mathematical discovery of antimatter symmetry.
This carefully written book would make a useful introduction and guide to the difficult theory of this phenomenon.
This book is useful to someone with a deep feel for quantum field theory.
Volume XIII in the Frascati Physics Series contains the proceedings of the memorial meeting held in Frascati in November 1998.
Guido Altarelli reviews in 2000 The Standard Model in the Making - Precision Study of the Electroweak Interactions.
James Gillies reviews in 2000 Weaving the Web - The Original Design and Ultimate Destiny of the World Wide Web by its Inventor.
In 1900 nobody could have even dreamed of the way in which science would evolve over the 100 years that followed. Theorist and science writer Frank Close reviews the past century and looks forward to...
This brief excerpt from the foreword of a new book of lectures in theoretical physics by Misha Shifman gives a penetrating insight into the traditions of Russian physics and the life of a theoretical ...