Mathematics and Physics

Norbert Wiener’s celebrated autobiography, available for the first time in one volume.

Brendan Dooley
Lectures, many never before published, that offer insights into the early thinking of the mathematician and polymath George Boole.

A fascinating account, written in real time, of the unfolding of a scientific discovery: the first detection of gravitational waves.

A series of conversations about science in graphic form, on subjects that range from the science of cooking to the multiverse.

A nonmathematician explores mathematical terrain, reporting accessibly and engagingly on topics from Sudoku to probability.

From a zebra’s stripes to a spider’s web: an engaging examination of patterns in nature and the mathematics that underlie them.

An introduction to modern physics and to Richard Feynman at his witty and enthusiastic best, discussing gravitation, irreversibility, symmetry, and the nature of scientific discovery.

An exploration of the scientific limits of knowledge that challenges our deepseated beliefs about our universe, our rationality, and ourselves.

Drawings and short essays offer engaging and accessible explanations of key ideas in physics, from triangulation to relativity and beyond.

Tools to make hard problems easier to solve.

Brendan Dooley