The ever-smaller future of physics
And Nobel Prize-winning theoretical physicist Steven Weinberg thinks he knows roughly how small. Weinberg, who spoke at a packed Geological Lecture Hall Monday ... Weinberg, who won the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics, with Sheldon Glashow and Abdus Salam ...
A weird and wonderful galaxy of exoplanets
The planet-finding space-based Kepler telescope discovered thousands of planets. We are just now getting a glimpse of the scale and variety and, surprisingly, most are quite unlike anything in our own solar system. Phil Dooley takes us on a tour. The ...
Should the Nobel Prizes move with the times?
That year American physicists Steven Weinberg and Sheldon Glashow and the late Pakistani physicist Abdus Salam proposed another theory that put the Higgs boson at its centre. Their theory unified the weak force, which describes some types of radiation, ...
The Nobel winner Pakistan won't celebrate
The 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded jointly to Abdus Salam and Harvard University professors Sheldon Lee Glashow and Steven Weinberg. The Pakistani scientist's work played a major role in the success of the God particle project in 2012.