Sheldon Lee Glashow is the Metcalf Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Boston University and Higgins Professor of Physics, emeritus, at Harvard University. He received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1979 for his work on the electroweak theory.

Articles

  • Long Lost Love

    Elegance, simplicity, and beauty are essential criteria for physical laws.

    ( Physics / Book Review / Volume 4, Issue 3 )

  • Not So Real

    On an author’s distate for the Copehagen interpretation.

    ( Physics / Book Review / Volume 4, Issue 2 )

  • The Standard Model

    A journey through the history of physics.

    ( Physics / Critical Essay / Volume 4, Issue 1 )

  • As the Loom of Physics Expands

    A journey through the history of physics.

    ( Physics / Critical Essay / Volume 3, Issue 3 )

  • Threads in the Tapestry of Physics

    A journey through the history of physics.

    ( Physics / Critical Essay / Volume 3, Issue 2 )