Genius : Richard Feynman and Modern Physics
Richard Feynman was the most brilliant and influential physicist of our time. Architect of quantum theories, enfant terrible of the atomic bomb project, caustic inquisitor on the space shuttle commission, ebulent bongo-player and storyteller - Feynman played a bewildering assortment of roles in the science of the post-war era.A brilliant interweaving of Richard Feynman's colourful life and a detailed and accessible account of his theories and experiments.
- Paperback | 560 pages
- 130 x 196 x 42mm | 459.99g
- 02 Apr 1994
- Little, Brown Book Group
- London, United Kingdom
- Section: 16, b&w
About James Gleick
James Gleick was an editor and reporter at the New York Times for ten years. He is the author of GENIUS and also CHAOS, which was nominated for the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. He lives in New York City.
thoughtful and fascinating. * THE LITERARY REVIEW * Gleick's narrative, consistently measured and elegant is a formidable work of scientific biography. * NEW STATESMEN * I came away from Genius feeling that I knew a lot more about Feynman and his play in 20th century science. * SUNDAY TIMES * the book is a moving, beautifully written literate and perceptive account of Feynman's life. * NATURE *
the book is a moving, beautifully written literate and perceptive account of Feynman's life. NATURE