Graham Farmelo

Graham Farmelo poses with his book "The Universe Speaks in Numbers"
"The question is: Can you develop the rich mathematics of those theories in order to advance and maybe even work towards a unified understanding of those basic forces, which is something that the string framework purports to do? . . . I wanted to represent...
Graham Farmelo speaks at "The Universe Speaks in Numbers," a day of talks at IAS celebrating Farmelo's new book of the same name.
Frequent Director's Visitor Graham Farmelo has interviewed IAS scholars past and present—including Nima Arkani-Hamed, Sir Michael Atiyah, Robbert Dijkgraaf, Freeman Dyson, Michael Green, Juan Maldacena, Greg Moore, Sir Roger Penrose, and Edward Witten—to discuss mathematics, physics, and the interplay between them.
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...