Lisa Randall The first women ever tenured in the physics departments of Princeton, MIT, and Harvard, Lisa Randall is hard at work in the areas of particle physics and cosmology, part of a journey to determine the makeup of the universe.
Acclaimed physicist and author Lisa Randall, "Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs" looks fabulous at Randall researches particle physics and cosmology at Harvard, where she is a professor of theoretical physics.
The Universe, “Branes,” and the Science of Multiple Dimensions
Cosmigraphis – Michael Benson’s magnificent visual history of years of mapping the universe. Pictured above, a 1573 painting by Portuguese artist, historian, and philosopher Francisco de Holanda, a student of Michelangelo’s.
"A cracking read, combining storytelling of the highest order with a trove of information. . . . What's remarkable is that it all fits together." — Wall Street Journal "Successful science writing tells a complete story of the 'how'--the methodical marvel building up to the 'why'--and Randall does just that." — New York Times Book Review "Randall] is a lucid explainer, street-wise and informal. Without jargon or mathematics, she ...