Oppenheimer’s Brainiac Paradise Explained: What Is the Institute for Advanced Study?
"Princeton is a lovely small town in Central New Jersey with a cool record store and one of the most famous centers of learning on the planet, Princeton University. And everybody thinks that Albert Einstein and J. Robert Oppenheimer taught there. They did not. They were at a strange, small monastery of thought five minutes away," the Institute for Advanced Study.
Inspired by the release of Christoper Nolan's biopic Oppenheimer, this interview highlights the diverse research taking place across all four IAS schools and how the influence of leading figures from IAS history, such as Einstein and Oppenheimer, is still felt at the Institute today.
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