On August 21, at about 9:15 Arizona time, the skies will darken as the moon begins its march to block the sun. For some parts of the country, it will be a total eclipse of the sun, but not here in Arizona. Patrick Young, a theoretical astro-physicist and associate professor at ASU's School of Earth and Science Exploration, will tell us more.
Arizona State University Physicist Lawrence Krauss makes his monthly appearance on Arizona Horizon to enlighten us on the latest science news, including the discovery of a very earthlike planet and an exomoon.
Arizona State University physicist Lawrence Krauss makes his monthly appearance on Arizona Horizon to talk about the latest in science, including how the Hubble telescope is using gravity to help it capture some pictures of some of the earliest galaxies in the universe.
World-famous ASU Physicist Lawrence Krauss makes his monthly visit to the Arizona Horizon set to talk about science. He’ll discuss “baby pictures” of the Big Bang and new earth-like planets recently discovered.
Arizona State University Physicist Lawrence Krauss makes his monthly appearance on Arizona Horizon to talk about the latest in science news. He’ll talk about new information on the Big Bang theory being derived from photos taken by a European satellite.
A discussion with ASU’s world renowned theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss, who has been named as the recipient of the 2012 Public Service Award from the National Science Board for his efforts to improve the understanding of science.
Arizona State University physicist Lawrence Krauss will talk about two new books he has written. One is about famed physicist Richard Feynman's life in science, titled "Quantum Man: Richard Feynman's Life in Science." The other covers the possible origins of the universe: “A Universe from Nothing: Why There is Something Rather than Nothing.”
Cancer research from a totally different angle will be taking place at Arizona State University. Researchers from ASU will be using the laws of physics to battle cancer, viewing the cancer cells as physical objects rather than as a disease. Paul Davies, a theoretical physicist, cosmologist and astrobiologist, is leading the ASU team and will appear on Horizon to talk about the innovative research.
Several world-famous scientists join forces to provide answers to some of man's most enduring questions in the Origins Symposium at Arizona State University. Hear from the most famous scientist of them all, physicist Stephen Hawking, who talks about the importance of space exploration.
From April 3 through April 6, Arizona State University will host a conference to discuss the origins of everything from the universe to humanity. Scientific luminaries such as Stephen Hawking and Richard Dawkins will take part in the Origins Symposium. Lawrence Krauss, an internationally known theoretical physicist and ASU professor, will give a preview of the event.
What would the world be like without humans? University of Arizona journalism professor Alan Weisman has taken on that question in his new book The World Without Us. Hear from the author as he appears on HORIZON.
We talk to physicist Yakir Aharonov about the mysteries of quantum mechanics. Aharonov has come up with a way to measure on the quantum scale that involves using the past and the future in the present to make more accurate measurements.
A conversation with Paul Davies, the director of the Beyond Institute for Fundamental Concepts in Science at ASU. Davies is a renowned quantum physicist and author of several books, including, Cosmic Jackpot and The Mind of God.