Time is of the essence!
Celebrating ‘A Brief History Of Time’ With Cocktails, Physics, And Poetry
For the 30th anniversary of ‘A Brief History of Time,’ SciFri threw a party.
Read ‘A Brief History of Time’ With The SciFri Book Club!
This summer, we’re remembering the late Stephen Hawking and diving into his landmark work on black holes, the Big Bang, and the nature of the universe.
What You Said: Physics Q&A
One hour. Two physicists. A lot of questions.
What You Said: Your Physics Questions, Explained
You told us which physics concept has always stumped you. Two physicists weighed in.
‘A Brief History Of Time’: Artist Challenge
The Science Friday Book Club invites you to submit your artistic imaginings of Stephen Hawking’s visions of the universe.
Physics On The Edge
There’s a lot we still don’t know about matter, time, and the contents of the universe. Why that’s a challenge…and a thrill for physicists.
How Stephen Hawking Got Sucked Into Black Holes
An excerpt from “My Brief History.”
SciFri Book Club: ‘A Brief History Of Time’ Begins Now
The time is now: A reminder to pick up that book you’ve been meaning to read.
It’s Time For A Time Traveler Cocktail Party!
On August 21 in NYC, experience Stephen Hawking’s ‘A Brief History of Time’ through games and curious concoctions.
A Theoretical Physicist Dives Into Black Holes
Priyamvada Natarajan tells why she fell for black holes, how they shape galaxies, and her favorite fictional depictions of them.
Cosmic Questions In Comic Book Form
In “The Dialogues,” a new graphic novel by theoretical physicist Clifford Johnson, the superheroes are scientists—and they’ll teach you a thing or two about physics.
Remembering Stephen Hawking
Plus, rogue satellites, graphene hair dye, and hungry ravens.
Book Club: ‘Frankenstein’
On the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s classic, how does it relate to science today?Read More