BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES (by title) in Princeton Frontiers in Physics
Princeton Frontiers in Physics is a new series of short introductions to some of today's most exciting and dynamic research areas across the physical sciences. Written by leading specialists, these stimulating books address fundamental questions that are challenging the limits of current knowledge. With forward-looking discussions of core ideas, ongoing debates, and unresolved problems, the books in this series make cutting-edge research in the physical sciences more accessible than ever before--for students, scientists, and scientifically minded general readers.
Some forthcoming series titles:
How Did the Universe Begin? by Paul Steinhardt
What is Dark Matter? by Peter Fisher
Can the Laws of Physics Be Unified? by A. Zee
What Does a Black Hole Look Like? by Charles Bailyn
How Do Stars Die? by Robert Kirshner