Freeman Dyson

Frequent Director's Visitor Graham Farmelo reviews The Quantum Labyrinth: How Richard Feynman and John Wheeler Revolutionized Time and Reality by physicist Paul Halpern. The work, he writes, “confirms the received opinion that Feynman was one of the greatest intuitive problem-solvers in...
Physicist Paul Halpern honors the life and work of Cécile DeWitt-Morette , former Member in the School of Mathematics/Natural Sciences, who died on May 8 at the age of 94, writing: Starting with the bombing of her family’s house in World War II that...
One gets the sense that Freeman Dyson has seen everything. It’s not just that at 92 he’s had a front row seat on scientific breakthroughs for the past century, or that he’s been friends and colleagues with many of the giants of 20th-century...
Freeman Dyson , Professor Emeritus in the School of Natural Science, looks at recent books on space travel and visions of life beyond Earth in a review for the New York Review of Books: Almost all the current discussion of life in the...
Freeman Dyson
Freeman Dyson , Professor Emeritus in the School of Natural Sciences, discusses math, war, the human brain, the education system, and the Orion Project in an interview with Business Insider. Read more http://ow.ly/mI6i3044d4h .
Freeman Dyson , Professor Emeritus in the School of Natural Sciences, examines The Most Wanted Man in China: My Journey from Scientist to Enemy of the State by Fang Lizhi , in The New York Review of Books . Lizhi, a Member...
Ars Technica 's John Timmer describes a talk given by chemist Russel Hemley as part of Dreams of Earth and Sky , a program held at the Institute on the occassion of Professor Emeritus Freeman Dyson 's ninetieth birthday, writing "Hemley focuses on...