5 decades after his death, George Gamow’s contributions to science survive

This irreverent physicist and prolific popularizer investigated life, the universe and the atom

George Gamow

HOLDING COURT  George Gamow captivates young scientists-to-be at George Washington University in 1952.

The George Washington University

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