### Cornering the Higgs

A professor from one of the CERN teams explains what this experimental result means for the future of physics.

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### Cornering the Higgs

A professor from one of the CERN teams explains what this experimental result means for the future of physics.

### Riddles of the Multiverse

USC theoretical physicist Clifford Johnson contemplates the controversial notion of multiple universes.

### "Fringe" Science

How does the sci-fi series "Fringe" draw inspiration from real quantum physics and cutting-edge research?

### The Many Worlds Theory Today

What is Hugh Everett's theory of parallel universes, and do physicists today buy it? Hear from Everett's biographer.

### A Radical Mind

Benoit Mandelbrot, the father of fractals and fractal geometry, was a true maverick, as this interview reveals.

### Ultracold Atoms

What is a Bose-Einstein condensate? Physicist Luis Orozco gets into the nitty-gritty of this very, very cold substance.

### Inside the Enigma of Black Holes

Explore the extreme oddities of black holes in this interview with NASA's Steve Ritz.

### Hunting Solar Neutrinos

Astrophysicist John Bahcall recalls what it felt like to solve one of the great mysteries of particle physics.

### A Complicated Man

If there's one word to describe Isaac Newton it is "genius," as this interview with historian Jed Buchwald makes clear.

### Newton the Alchemist

Was Isaac Newton's practice of alchemy deviant in his own time? Historian Bill Newman offers perspective.

### Mathematical Siblings

Gregory and David Chudnovsky, who share a lab at the Brooklyn Polytechnic University, discuss the beauty of math.

### A Conversation With Brian Greene

The physicist and best-selling author unravels the mysteries of string theory in this interview.

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