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A series of three volumes that contain the complete text of all of Newton's optical papers, with translations and commentaries.

This highly acclaimed series of monographs provides introductory accounts of specialised topics in mathematical and theoretical physics for graduate students…

This series contains the proceedings of major scientific meetings held by the International Astronomical Union. Each volume contains articles on a topic…

Statistical physics of many-body systems, developed over the last century, in the last three decades in particular, are now quite well established with…

This series communicates recent advances in Astrobiology, to foster the development of scientists conversant in the wide array of disciplines needed to…

Titles in the Student's Guide series tackle important and challenging topics in physics by adopting a plain language approach to explain fundamental ideas…

The Canary Islands Winters Schools provide a series of lectures on particular research areas or observational techniques within astrophysical and cosmological…

This series provides a vehicle for the publication of advances in planetary science research. It includes reference volumes and postgraduate-level books…

December 23rd

Simon Friederich, author of Multiverse Theories: A Philosophical Perspective discusses the “multiverse” idea. What the idea entails and whether it can truly be tested.

October 21st

Why would anyone write a new edition of a book that is still selling after many years? The explanations of the basic theory in the first edition are still valid, and the methods are still the ones that are most widely used. However I still felt an update …

June 10th

One of the greatest challenges in fundamental physics is to reconcile quantum mechanics and general relativity in a full theory of "quantum gravity”. It is a challenge that has by turns excited and frustrated physicists, for nearly a century.

'The Singular Universe and the Reality of Time' attacks prevailing theories about the universe and its history to stunning critical…

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