Templeton Prize News Conference
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John D. Barrow, a noted cosmologist whose writings about the relationship between life and the universe, and the nature of human understanding, have created new perspectives on questions of ultimate concern to science and religion, has won the 2006 Templeton Prize.
||John D. Barrow Speaks at the 2006 Templeton Prize News Conference||Dr. Barrow, who serves as Professor of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Cambridge, has used insights from mathematics, physics, and astronomy to set out wide-ranging views that challenge scientists and theologians to cross the boundaries of their disciplines if they are to fully realize what they may or may not understand about how time, space, and matter began, the behavior of the universe (or, perhaps, "multiverses"), and where it is all headed, if anywhere.||17 3 2006||Free||View In iTunes|