Andrew Briggs is Professor of Nanomaterials in the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford. He has over 540 publications, the majority in internationally refereed journals, with over 7,000 citations. Briggs is a professorial fellow of St Anne’s College, emeritus fellow of Wolfson College and a Fellow of the Institute of Physics. He also has a degree in Theology from Cambridge University.
Books by Andrew Briggs
Interviews with Andrew Briggs
When addressing the really fundamental questions in science, researchers must assume that there is an objective reality to describe. But the nature of that reality may be more subtle, allowing space for the existence of God, says Andrew Briggs, professor of nanomaterials at Oxford University.