During a visit to the Institute in the 1970s, the mathematician
John Horton Conway, then of Cambridge, spent the ten most
interesting minutes of his life. Invited to deliver a talk to the
undergraduate math club at Princeton, Conway made his way...
On an autumn night at the Institute, a sold-out audience
gathered in Wolfensohn Hall for the latest evolution of an unlikely
addition to the cultural canon—an opera based on Joseph Conrad’s
Heart of Darkness. The librettist, London artist Tom...