Weinberg’s beliefs were eternally complicated, especially when it came to religion.
“What he really loved was people, trying to educate them and help them understand what they were doing in science,” said he wife of 37 years.
At 96, Arthur Ashkin is being honored for his invention of the “optical tweezers.”
Here are five things you maybe didn’t know about German Jewish physicist Einstein’s personal life and times.
A new series called “Genius” from National Geographic will explore the physicist’s trials and triumphs, with Geoffrey Rush starting as the man himself and Ron Howard directing the pilot.
How does a bagel explain the physics theory that helped a British Jewish professor win a share of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics?
The 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics won by American experimental physicist Leon Lederman sold at auction for $765,002.
When Nazis removed Jewish scientists from their posts, Nobel Prize winners Werner Heisenberg and Max Planck did little to defend their colleagues. A new book asks why.
Israel was admitted as a full member of the prestigious European nuclear physics lab CERN.
The city of Brussels will name part of its famous Atomium monument after François Englert, the Belgian Jew who won the Nobel Prize in physics.