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Eureka
Great scientific discoveries that have changed our world forever
Robert Schulmann

Jottings Of A Genius
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Robert Schulmann, editor of the papers of Albert Einstein, shows us the notes made by the giant of twentieth century

   
Hans Bethe Theory That Changed The World
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Hans Bethe remembers Niels Bohr, the father of quantum mechanics - the most influential branch of Physics to have emerged in the twentieth century.
   
Elizabeth Fisher Building Blocks Of Life
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Elizabeth Fisher is a researcher at Imperial College in London, in the field of genetics. She talks about one of the biggest breakthroughs in biology in the last one hundred years.
   
Eldridge Moores Restless Earth
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Eldridge Moores worked with Harry Hess in the 1960s at a time when he was making the discovery that far from being static the globe beneath our feet is made up of plates that are in perpetual motion.
   
Leo Kadanoff

The Chaos Of Real Life
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Leo Kadanoff is a leading light in the field of Chaos Theory - a branch of science which, unusually, takes into account the complexities of real life - whether it's the vagaries of the weather or the rise and fall of the stock market.



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