Theoretical physicist, renowned futurist and science commentator, Dr Michio Kaku is currently spending some time in Australia and recently spoke at a QUT sponsored event in Brisbane. Dr Kaku, the Henry Semat Professor of Theoretical Physics at the City College of New York, is a celebrated science communicator and popularizer of science. He is renowned for his ability to make complex scientific concepts understandable by the lay person.
If you weren’t able to attend Dr Kaku’s talk but want to know more about this exciting thinker or if you were a lucky attendee and were blown away and ready for more, you can catch up on all things Kaku at QUT Library.
The Library holds quite a range of Prof Kaku’s work, plus a few collected writings that he has edited. Recent titles such as Future of the mind (2014), Physics of the future (2011) and Physics of the impossible (2009) are available as well as some of his earlier work on strings, superstrings and M-theory.
There are many great videos online as well.