Steven Vigdor’s idea is that deviations from perfect symmetry are not “bugs”, but are beautiful and essential.
There can be little doubt that a conspicuous part of the famous triumph of quantum field theory must be ascribed to the depth and breadth of Guido Altarelli’s contributions.
In this book Obodovskiy shows that radio-phobia causes far greater harm to public health and economic development than the radiation itself.
Quàntica, which opened on 9 April at the Centre de Cultural Contemporània de Barcelona, invites you to explore quantum physics through the lens of both art and science.
Accompanied by physics historian John Campbell, the viewer learns about this great scientist from his ordinary childhood as a “Kiwi boy” to his untimely death in 1937.
"This book offers a well-balanced introduction to particle and astroparticle physics, requiring only a basic background of classical and quantum physics."
The Soviet Atomic Project: How the Soviet Union Obtained the Atomic Bomb. Advances in Particle Therapy: A multidisciplinary approach.
Lost in Math – How beauty leads physics astray. Amaldi’s last letter to Fermi: a monologue.
The Pope of Physics: Enrico Fermi and the Birth of the Atomic Age. Enjoy Our Universe, You Have No Other Choice.
Strange Glow: The Story of Radiation. The Great Silence – The Science and Philosophy of Fermi’s Paradox.