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Richard Wolfson is Benjamin F. Wissler Professor of Physics at Middlebury College, where he also teaches in the Environmental Studies Program.
Books by Richard Wolfson
Interviews with Richard Wolfson
Critical Assembly: Poems of the Manhattan Project
by John Canaday
Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout
by Lauren Redniss
The Four Faces of Nuclear Terrorism
by Center for Nonproliferation Studies
An Indispensable Truth: How Fusion Power Can Save the Planet
by Francis Chen
Energy: A Human History
by Richard Rhodes
In science, the word ‘nuclear’ refers to anything to do with the atomic nucleus, whether you’re using it to generate power or create weapons of mass destruction. Here, physicist and science educator Richard Wolfson recommends five books relating to things nuclear, from a book of graphic nonfiction about the Curie family to how fusion can save the planet.