SNOWMASS VILLAGE—Leon Lederman, winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1988 and author of “The God Particle,” joins a host of distinguished science authors for a Science Book Fair at Explore Book Sellers in Aspen, on Monday, July 9 at 4 p.m.
The Science Book Fair is free and open to the public. Authors who will also be on hand to sign their books:
- K.C. Cole, Los Angeles Times science writer and author of The Hole in the Universe;
- Gordon Kane, University of Michigan physicist and author of Supersymmetry;
- Tom Siegfried, Dallas Morning News science writer and author of The Bit and the Pendulum;
- Curt Suplee of the National Science Foundation, author of Physics in the 20th Century;
- Michael Barnett, physicist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and author of The Charm of Strange Quarks.
The Science Book Fair is held in conjunction with Snowmass 2001: A Summer Study on the Future of Particle Physics. Nearly 1,000 top physicists are attending the three-week gathering, being held at the Snowmass Conference Center from June 30 to July 21. For more information on Snowmass 2001: http://snowmass2001.org
To arrange coverage of Snowmass 2001 activities, or to meet or speak with some of the 1,000 scientists at Snowmass, call the Press Room at 970-823-8313.
Fermilab, providing organizational and logistical support for Snowmass 2001, is operated by Universities Research Association, Inc., under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.