Monday, June 2, 2008

World Science Festival a Big Hit

This past weekend's World Science Festival in New York was a huge success, drawing well over 100,000 people to an outdoor festival and 46 other sold out events. One of the best was Alan Alda's staged reading of the play QED, which Alda premiered on Broadway a few years ago, about the physicist Richard Feynman at the end of his life.

Read festival co-founded and Columbia Physics Professor Brian Greene in yesterday's NYT.

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