Subject Listing

BULib New Materials Physics

The impact of global warming on Texas

Multiloop amplitudes in the theory of quantum strings and complex geometry

Inflation and string theory

On angular momentum

Theoretical physics to face the challenge of LHC

Nuclear physics : a very short introduction

Nuclear dawn : F.E. Simon and the race for atomic weapons in World War II

A beautiful question : finding nature's deep design

Cosmic rays in the heliosphere : temporal and spatial variations

Terahertz and mid infrared radiation : detection of explosives and CBRN (using terahertz)

Nonlinear optical systems : principles, phenomena, and advanced signal processing

The wonders of light

Using physical science gadgets & gizmos, grades 3-5 : phenomenon-based learning

Quantum groups and their applications in physics : Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 28 June-8 July 1994

The physics of Ettore Majorana : phenomenological, theoretical, and mathematical

Gravity and strings

Modifications of Einstein's theory of gravity at large distances

Protective measurement and quantum reality : toward a new understanding of quantum mechanics

The statistical mechanics of interacting walks, polygons, animals and vesicles

Erwin SchrAPdinger : 50 years after

Professor I. I. Glass : a tribute and memorial

Masters of the universe : conversations with cosmologists of the past

Multiwavelength AGN surveys and studies : proceedings of the 304th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, held in Yerevan, Armenia, October 7-11, 2013

Formation, detection, and characterization of extrasolar habitable planets : proceedings of the 293rd Symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Beijing, China, August 27-31, 2012

The story of collapsing stars : black holes, naked singularities, and the cosmic play of quantum gravity

The Hubble cosmos : 25 years of new vistas in space

Evaluation of the implementation of WFIRST/AFTA in the context of new worlds, new horizons in astronomy and astrophysics

The universe through the eyes of Hubble