A On Being program where theoretical physicist Janna Levin probes whether the universe is finite or infinite. As a novelist, she explored the separate but parallel lives of two influential 20th-century scientists: Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing. Their work laid the foundations for computer intelligence while challenging fundamental notions about how we can know what is true.
The Particle Data Group of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has created a marvelous interactive resource. The Web site provides a wonderfully succinct and understandable tutorial on concepts such as quarks, antimatter, particle detectors, and other ideas related to physics. Although it's geared for younger students, it may just prove very useful for many adults.
is Canon Theologian of Liverpool Cathedral in England and author of many books, including Quarks, Chaos, and Christianity. He served as Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge University, and is a Fellow of The Royal Society.