- A Fine Man. Goodstein, David // Odyssey;Nov2004, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p6
Presents a tribute to Scientist and Nobel prize winner Richard Feynman.
- No Ordinary Mind. O'Meara, Stephen James // Odyssey;Nov2004, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p9
Presents information on the life of scientist Richard Feynman and his contribution to science.
- The making of a scientist. Feynman, Richard P. // Cricket;Oct95, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p39
Relates how the author became interested in science with the help and guidance of his father. Principles of science explained by his father through examples; Special relationship with his father; Motivation and inspiration from his father.
- A SPECIAL KIND OF GENIUS: Richard P. Feynman. LeVine III, Harry // Cricket;Jan2005, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p39
Presents a profile of physicist Richard Feynman and his contributions to science.
- the Feynman File. Feynman, Michelle // Discover;Mar2005, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p46
Recounts the life of the late physicist Richard Phillips Feynman. Letters written by Feynman; Accomplishments of Feynman as a scientist and educator; Career background of Feynman; Efforts of Feynman to improve education in the U.S.
- FeynÂ·man. // American Heritage Student Science Dictionary;2009, p128
The article presents information pertaining to Richard Phillips Feynman. Feynman was an American physicist who developed a method of using pictures to describe the processes in quantum theory.
- Forecasts: Nonfiction. Stuttaford, Genevieve; Simson, Maria // Publishers Weekly;6/9/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 23, p34
Reviews the book 'Richard Feynman: A Life in Science,' by John and Mary Gribbin.
- Memories of Richard Feynman. Hey, Anthony J.G. // Physics Today;Sep96, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p44
Presents the author's reminiscences about Richard Feynman during the author's postdoctoral studies at the California Institute of Technology. Culture shock experienced by the author as an Oxford graduate in California; Introduction of the author to Feynman; Sheer excitement of working with...
- Double-slit effect seen over time too. Rodgers, Peter // New Scientist;3/5/2005, Vol. 185 Issue 2489, p14
The article reports that physicist Richard Feynman once said that the double-slit experiment, which clearly shows both the particle and the wave nature of matter, contained the heart of quantum mechanics and was its only mystery. Now it seems matter will display its dual nature even when the...