The spy Klaus Fuchs is features strongly in Alexander Larman’s review of Graham’s latest book in this week’s Observer feature ‘Paperback of the week’.
Sir Lawrence Freedman, Professor of War Studies, Kings College London, has selected Graham’s latest book as one of the best three books on military, scientific and technological themes in 2014.
Dirac’s younger daughter Monica visited Caltech as the guest of the physics department, sixty nine years after her father paid his momentous visit to the institution.
The first one-day conference in series organised by the St Cross Centre for the History and Philosophy of Physics, Wittgenstein and Physics, took place in Oxford yesterday. Organised by Jo Ashbourn, it was a hugely successful event, highlighting many of Wittgenstein’s important contributions to thinking about the nature of physics.
Left to right: Harvey Brown (philosopher of physics, Oxford University), Rupert Read (philosopher, East Anglia University), Graham, Chon Tejedor (philosopher, Hertfordshire University), Richard Staley (philosopher and historian, Cambridge University), Jo Ashbourn (physicist, Oxford University)