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Brian Cox

The Unauthorised Biography of the Man Who Brought Science to the Nation

Ben Falk
Barcode 9781784183776
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Release Date: 07/05/2015

Genre: Science Nature & Math
Sub-Genre: Biography
Label: John Blake Publishing Ltd
Language: English
Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd

The Unauthorised Biography of the Man Who Brought Science to the Nation. Featuring exclusive interviews and in-depth research, this book delves into the fascinating universe of Brian Cox, the man who single-handedly made physics cool. Professor Brian Cox is among the best-known physicists in the world. As presenter of hit television series Human Universe, Wonders of the Solar System and Wonders of the Universe, his affable charm and infectious enthusiasm have brought science to a whole new audience. Born in Lancashire in 1968, Cox was a bright but not brilliant pupil at school. He flourished at university, however, gaining a first-class honours degree and an MPhil in Physics from Manchester University before being awarded his PhD in particle physics in 1998. Alongside his studies, he played keyboards in the band D:Ream, who topped the charts in 1994 with 'Things Can Only Get Better', which was famously used by the Labour Party for its 1997 election campaign. Although an award-winning celebrity TV presenter, Brian Cox remains devoted to scientific research. He is a Royal Society University Research Fellow, an advanced fellow at the University of Manchester, and also works on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland. In 2010 he was awarded the OBE for his services to science.Featuring exclusive interviews and in-depth research, this book delves into the fascinating universe of the man who single-handedly made physics cool.