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  • Frank Close, The Cosmic Onion: Quarks and the Nature of the Universe (Heinemann Educational, 1983). An account of particle physics in the 20th century for the general reader.
  • Frank Close, Lucifer’s Legacy (Oxford University Press, 2000). An interesting introduction to the meaning of asymmetry in antimatter and other current and future areas of particle physics.
  • Frank Close, Michael Marten, and Christine Sutton, The Particle Odyssey (Oxford University Press, 2003). A highly illustrated popular journey through nuclear and particle physics of the 20th century, with pictures of particle trails, experiments, and the scientists.
  • Gordon Fraser (ed.), The Particle Century (Institute of Physics, 1998). The progress of particle physics through the 20th century.
  • Brian Greene, The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory (Jonathan Cape, 1999). A prize-winning introduction to the ‘superstrings’ of modern theoretical particle physics.
  • Tony Hey and Patrick Walters, The Quantum Universe (Cambridge University Press, 1987). An introduction to particle physics and quantum theory.
  • George Johnson, Strange Beauty: Murray Gell-Mann and the Revolution in Twentieth-century Physics (Jonathan Cape, 2000). A biography of Murray Gell-Mann, the ‘father’ of quarks.
  • Gordon Kane, The Particle Garden: Our Universe as Understood by Particle Physicists (Perseus Books, 1996). An introduction to particle physics and a look at where it is heading.
  • Robert Weber, Pioneers of Science (Institute of Physics, 1980). Brief biographies of physics Nobel Prize winners from 1901 to 1979.
  • Steven Weinberg, The First Three Minutes (Andre Deutsch, 1977; Basic Books, 1993). The first three minutes after the Big Bang, described in non-technical detail by a leading theorist.
  • Steven Weinberg, Dreams of a Final Theory (Pantheon Books, 1992; Vintage, 1993). A ‘classic’ on modern ideas in theoretical particle physics.
  • W. S. C. Williams, Nuclear and Particle Physics, revised edn. (Oxford University Press, 1994). A detailed first technical introduction suitable for undergraduates studying physics

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