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Jeff Greensite. An Introduction to Quantum Theory. Bristol: IOP Publishing, 2017.


Anna Maria Hirsch-Heisenberg. Werner heisenberg. Elisabeth Heisenberg: My Dear Li. Correspondence 1937 - 1946. New Haven & London: Yale University Press 2016.

Michael S. Goodman. "MI6's Atomic Man: The Rise and Fall of Commander Eric Welsh". War and History 2016, vol. 23(1) 100-114

Siegmund-Schultze,  Reinhard. "Not in Possession of Any Weltanschuung": Otto Neugebauer's Flight from Nazi Germany and His Search for Objectivity in Mathematics, in Reviewing, and in History.  Archimedes 45 (2016), pp. 61-106.


Bastida, Juan Pablo Cruz, and Diana García Hernández. El fotón de Aclepio (Asclepius' photon). Mexico City: La Ciencia para Todos, 2015.

Goldstein, Bernard R., and Giora Hon. “The image that became the icon for atomic energy.” In Physis 49 (2015), 259–272.

Kristthorsson, Rikke May. Ind til kernen – Eventyret om Niels Bohr. Carlsen, 2015.

Nascimento,  Marcio Luis Ferreira. On the "Missing Letter" to Lattes and the Nobel Prize in Physics. Ciência e Sociedade, CBPF, v. 3, n. 2, pp. 35-42, 2015

Shifman, M.. Physics in a Mad World – Houtermans • Golfand. World Scientific, 2015

Tommerup, Jens. Niels Bohrs skole 1872–1909. Jens Munks Forlag 2015.

Zito, Marco. Dans le tourbillon des particules. Belin, 2015.

Zumdahl, Steven, and Donald DeCoste. Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation. Andover, Hampshire: Cengage Learning, 2015. 


Fengler, Silke. Kerne, Kooperation und Konkurrenz: Kernforschung in Österreich im internationalen Kontext (1900-1950). Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2014.

Fontani, Marco. De reditu eorum: sulle tracce degli elementi scomparsi. [To be published 2014.]

Grygar, Filip. Komplementární myšlení Nielse Bohra v kontextu Fyziky, filosofie a biologie. Pavel Mervart, 2014.

Grygar, Filip. “Niels Bohr, kodaňský duch a fyzikální institut.” Československý časopis pro fyziku 64 (2014), 126 ‒ 132.

Kragh, Helge. "The names of physics: plasma, fission, photon.” European Physical Journal H (2014), online as DOI: 10.1140/epjh/22014-50007-7.

Nakane, Michiyo. “The Copenhagen spirit and the foundation of a school of science in Rikkyo university: Yoshikastu Sugiura’s farewell message to Bohr.” [In Japanese]. Rikkyo Gakuin-Shi Kenkyu (Journal of the History of Rikkyo University and Schools) 11 (2014), 53 ‒ 64.

Pind, Jörgen. Edgar Rubin and psychology in Denmark: Figure and ground. Heidelberg: Springer, 2014.

Roberts, Gareth Ffowc, and Rowland Wynne. “Copenhagen a Chymru [Copenhage and Wales].” Y Traethodydd 169 , No 709 (2014) 95 ‒ 113.

Tesinská, Emilie. Nekolik dodatku k zivotopisu ceského fyzika  augusta zácka (Some additions to the biography of the Czech physicist August Zacek). Acta Universitatis Carolinae - Historia Universitatis Carolinae Pragensis LIV (2014), (pp. 127-203) 

Zangwill, Andrew, “The Education of Walter Kohn and the Creation of Density Functional Theory,'' under review (March 2014) by the Archive for History of Exact Sciences.


The quantum story: a history in 40 moments. Jim Baggott; reader: Mike Pollock. CD, 13 disks, 960 minutes. 2013.

Andersen, Bertel Lohmann. “Niels Bohrs atomteori 100 år.” Ren Energi 135 (2013), 2 ‒ 3.

Best, Sara (ed.). A way of thinking. Copenhagen: Steensen Varming, 2013.

Gleixner, Christian. Aufbau der Materie. Freising: Stark, 2013.

Heilbron, John. “The mind that created the Bohr atom.” Séminaire Poincaré XVII (2013), 19 ‒ 58.

Heilbron, John. “The path to the quantum atom.” Nature 498 (2013), 27–30.

Jacobsen, Knud. Danskeren bag bomben: om tømrerlærlingen fra Holstebro, der hjalp atombomben til verden og bestemte, hvor den skulle kastes. København: Berlingske Media, 2013.

Kragh, Helge, and Kristian H. Nielsen. "Spreading the gospel: A popular book on the Bohr atom in its historical context.” Annals of Science 70 (2013), 257-283.

Kragh, Helge. "A quantum discontinuity: The Bohr-Schrödinger dialogue.” In: Wolfgang L. Reiter and Jakob Yngvason, eds., Erwin Schrödinger – 50 Years After. Zurich: European Mathematical Society, 2013, pp. 135-152.

Kragh, Helge. "Niels Bohr between physics and chemistry.” Physics Today 66 (2013), 36-41.

Lagerwall, Sven T. . “On some important chapters in the history of liquid crystals.” Liquid Crystals 40 (2013), 1698-1729.

Longair, Malcolm. Quantum Concepts in Physics: An Alternative Approach to the Understanding of Quantum Mechanics. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Nagashima, Yoichi. What Niels Bohr Saw in Japan: The Giant of Quantum Mechanics and his Lecture Trip in 1937 [in Japanese]. Tokyo: Heibonsha, 2013.

Nakamura, Reiko. History of modern chemistry [in Japanese]. Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, 2013.

Pascolini, Alessandro. “Cento anni fa, con la teoria di Bohr, la genesi dell'atomo.” Il Nuovo Saggiatore 29 (2013), 22-32.

Robertson, Peter. “Niels Bohr and the Quantum Atom.” Australian Physics 50 (2013) 156 ‒ 161.

Sigmund, Peter. “Bohrs første hit i 1913.” Aktuel Naturvidenskab (2013), 14 ‒ 17.

Thomsen, Lars Ulrik. Virkelighed og Erkendelse.Copenhagen: Populi, 2013.

Vestberg, Nina Lager. “A Photographic Archive of Physics, or a Physical Archive of Photography? Niels Bohr and the Photographic Production of Scientific Space(s).”In Representational Machines: Photography and the Production of Space, Anna Dahlgren, Dag Petersson and Nina Lager Vestberg, (eds.). Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2013, pp. 171 ‒ 192.

Yakovlev, D.G., P. Haensel, G. Baym, and C.J. Pethick. “Lev Landau and the concept of neutron stars.” Uspekhi Fizicheskikh Nauk 183 (2013), 307; Physics ‒ Uspekhi 56 (2013), 289.

Yin, Xiaodong, and Zuoyue Wang. “A historical study of Chinese physicists’ visits at the Niels Bohr institute of Denmark in the 1960s” (in Chinese, with English abstract). Studies in the History of Natural Sciences 32 (2013), 470 – 490.


Fengler, Silke. “’If a lot of radium would be sufficient to make important discoveries’. Vienna as a Node in the Network of European Atomic Research Centres.” Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the European Society for the History of Science, Barcelona, 18-20 November 2010, Barcelona, 2012. URL:  <>

Halpern, Paul. “Quantum Humor: The Playful Side of Physics at Bohr’s Institute for Theoretical Physics.” Physics in Perspective 14 (2012), 279 ‒ 299.

Thomsen, Lars Ulrik. “Niels Bohr: An Odyssey in Time and Space.” Communist Review 64 (2012).

Townsend, John. A Modern Approach to Quantum Mechanics. 2nd edition. Herndon, VA: University Science Books,2012.

Yin, Xiaodong. “Progress and influence of the Danish physicist Aage Bohr’s visit to China” (in Chinese, with English abstract). Studies in the History of Natural Sciences 31 (2012), 329 – 342.


Kragh, Helge, "The isotope effect: Prediction, discussion, and discovery.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 43 (2012), 176-183.


Angell, Carl, Berit Bungum, Ellen K. Henriksen, Stein Dankert Kolstø, Jonas Persson, and Reidun Renstrøm. Fysikkdidaktikk. Kristiansand: Høyskoleforlaget, 2011.

Anna Maria Hirsch-Heisenberg. Werner Heisenberg, Elisabeth Heisenberg: "Meine liebe Li!". Der Briefwechsel 1937 - 1946. St. Pölten - Salzburg: Residenz Verlag 2011.

Ford, Kenneth. 101 Quantum Questions: What You Need to Know about the World You Can't See. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011.

Kragh, Helge. "Conceptual objections to the Bohr atomic model – do electrons have a ’free will’?” European Physical Journal H 36 (2011), 327-352 (DOI: 10.1140/epjh/e2011-20031-x).

Kragh, Helge. "Resisting the Bohr atom: The early British opposition.” Physics in Perspective 13 (2011), 4-35.

Kristiansen, Thorleif Aass. Lars Vegard som internasjonal aktør. Masters thesis in History of Ideas at the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas. Oslo:University of Oslo, June 2011.

Lucas, Amand. The Bomb and the Swastika: Moral dilemma faced by history's greatest scientists, who tickled the tail of the sleeping nuclear dragon, A play in four acts. CreateSpace, 2011.

Schumacher, Harald. Pascual Jordan: Schöpfer und Visonär der Quantenmechanik. Dissertation zur Erlangung des doktorgrades des Departement Mathematik. Universität Hamburg. Hamburg, 2011.

Wittje, Roland. “'Simplex sigillum veri': Robert Pohl And Demonstration Experiments In Physics After The Great War.”  In Heering, P., and R. Wittje (eds). Learning by Doing: Instruments and Experiments in the History of Science Teaching. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2011, 32 pp.

Yin, Xiaodong, and Zhongyuan Zhu. “T.S. Chang’s contribution to the quantization of constrained Hamiltonian systems” (in Chinese, with English abstract). Studies in the History of Natural Sciences 30 (2011), 357 – 365.

[Sakata, Shoichi.] Shoichi Sakata Copenhagen Diary: In the Country of Bohr and Andersen [in Japanese]. Tokyo: NANO Optonics Eneray, 2011.


Angeloni, Roberto, An Historical Survey of the Origin of Heuristic in Niels Bohr's Research Program, Cagliari: Università degli Studi de Cagliari, 2010.

Angeloni, Roberto. “Deciphering Niels Bohr’s Correspondence: The Unspoken Motivations for the First Atomic Theory”. Journal of History, Literature, Science, and Technology 1 (2010) (in print).

Angeloni, Roberto. “On the Cultural Relationship between Niels Bohr and Harald Hoeffding”. Nuncius 25 :2 (2010) (in print).

Angeloni, Roberto. “Why Does the Traditional Distinction between Internal and External History not Hold?” Epistemologia – Review of Philosophy of Science 33 (2010), 109–122.

Byrne, Peter. The many worlds of Hugh Everett III: multiple universes, mutual assured destruction, and the meltdown of a nuclear family. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.

Chowdhury, Indira. A masterful spirit: Homi J. Bhabha (1909–1966). New Delhi: Penguin, 2010.

Frandsen, Jesper and Mads Rangvid. Enigma – et dilemma. Aarhus: Systime, 2010.

Freire, Olival Jr., and C. Lehner. “'Dialectical materialism and modern physics', an unpublished text by Max Born.” Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 64 (2010), 155–162.

Freire, Olival Jr., O. Pessoa Jr., J. Bromberg (eds.). Teoria Quântica: Estudos Históricos e Implicações Culturais. Campina Grande: EDUEPB & Livraria da Física, [Brazil], 2010.

Johansen, Nils Voje. Einstein i Norge. 2nd edition. Oslo: Res Publica, 2010.

Johansen, Nils Voje. “Henrik Lund portretterte fysikere.” Fra Fysikkens Verden 2 (2010).

Knudsen, Henrik. Videnskabens Mand: Fysiologen, formidleren og forskningsaktivisten Poul Brandt Rehberg. Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2010.

Lützen, Karin. “Giro 7.” Weekend-Avisen, 23 December 2010.

Miller, Arthur, I. 137: Jung, Pauli and the Pursuit of a Scientific Obsession. New York: W.W. Norton, 2010.

Ready, Scott. E is for Elephant: a primer on the lessons of the quantum. Colorado, 2010.


Armon, Rony. Scientific Dead Ends: The Biochemistry of Joseph Needham. Ph.D. dissertation. Ramat‒Gan [Israel]: Ben–Ilan University, 2009.

Christensen, Dan Charly. Naturens tankelæser: en biografi om Hans Christian Ørsted. København: Museum Tusculanum/Københavns Universitet, 2009.

Dasannacharya, B.A.. “Homi Jehangir Bhabha.” Current Science 96 (2009), 1536–1537.

Einstein, Albert. The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Vol. 12: The Berlin Years: Correspondence, January–December 1921, Diana Kormos Buchwald, Ze'ev Rosenkranz, Tilman Sauer, Jozsef Illy, and Virginia Iris Holmes (eds.). Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009.

Farmelo, Graham. The Strangest Man, London: Faber, 2009.

Favrholdt, David. Filosoffen Niels Bohr. København: Informations Forlag, 2009.

Freire, Olival Jr., “Marxism and quantum controversy: responding to Max Jammer's question,” In M.S.D. Cattani, L.C.B. Crispino, M.O.C. Gomes, A.F.S. Santoro (eds.), Trends in Physics – Festschrift in homage to Prof. Jose Maria Filardo Bassalo. São Paulo: Livraria da Física [Brazil], 2009, pp. 237–258 .

Freire, Olival Jr.. “Quantum dissidents: Research on the foundations of quantum theory circa 1970.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 40 (2009), 280–289.

Gilder, Louisa. The age of entanglement: when quantum physics was reborn. Second, revised paperback edition. New York: Vintage books, 2009.

Gregorio, A. De. “La complementarità: l'esposizione di Bohr a Como nel 1927, tra storiografia e documenti di archivio.” Quaderni di storia della fisica DOI 10.1393/qsf/i2008-10013-8, 15 (2009), (33 pp.).

Hinokawa, Shizue. From cyclotron to atomic bomb  (in Japanese). Tokyo: Sekibundo, 2009.

Hinokawa, Shizue. “The Rockefeller Foundation and the development of Niels Bohr's cyclotron.” Kagakusi Kenkyo 48 (2009), 109– 119.

Hufbauer, Karl. “George Gamow: 1904– 1968.” Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences (2009), 3– 39.

Joas, Christian, and Christoph Lehner. “The classical roots of wave mechanics: Schrödinger's transformations of the optical-mechanical analogy.” Berlin: Max Planck Institute Reprint, 2009, (25 pp.)

Osnaghi, S., F.H.A. Freitas, and O. Freire Jr. “The origin of the Everettian heresy,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 40 (2009), 97–123.

Pallo, Gabor. “Isotope research before isotopy: George Hevesy's early radioactivity research in the Hungarian context.” Dyna-8, primeras pruebas, 2009-04-20.

Pascolini, Alessandro. “Un mondo libero dalle armi nucleari: le iniziative dei protagonisti della bomba 1944–1946.” Pace diritte umani VI 2 (2009), 107–145.

Sachse, Carola, Susanne Heim, and Mark Walker (eds.). The Kaiser Wilhelm Society Under National Socialism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

Schwarz, Stephan. “Nobelmedaljer på butelj – en historia från andra världskriget." Kosmos (2009), 99–112.

Siegmund-Schultze, Reinhard. Mathematicians fleeing from Nazi Germany: Individual Fates and Global Impact. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2009.

Slottved, Ejvind, and Ditlev Tamm. The University of Copenhagen: a Danish centre of learning since 1479. Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen, 2009.

Walker, Mark. “Nuclear Weapons and Reactor Research at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics. ” In Carola Sachse, Susanne Heim, and Mark Walker (eds.), The Kaiser Wilhelm Society Under National Socialism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, pp. 339 – 369.

Zinkernagel, Henrik, and S.E. Rugh. “On the physical basis of cosmic time.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 40 (2009), 1 – 19.


Bacciagaluppi, Guido, and Antony Valentini. Quantum theory at the crossroads: Reconsidering the 1927 Solvay conference. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Eichler, Anja, Veit Didczuneit, and Lieselotte Kugler. Missverständnisse: Stolpersteine der Kommunikation. Berlin: Museum für Kommunikation, 2008.

Grandin, Karl. “Intermediate theoretical physics” In Aurora Torealis: Studies in the History of Science and Ideas in Honor of Tore Frängsmyr, Marco Beretta, Karl Grandin og Svante Lindqvist (eds.). Sagamore Breach, MA: Science History Publications/USA, 2008, pp. 193–214.

Hoffmann, Dieter. Max Planck: Die Entstehung der modernen Physik. München: C.H. Beck, 2008.

Holbrow, Charles H. “Lauritsen, Charles C.”   In New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Noretta Koertge (ed.). 8 bind. Farmington Hills, MI: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 332.

Jacobsen, Anja Skaar. “The complementarity between the collective and the individual: Rosenfeld and Cold War history of science.” Minerva 46 (2008), 195–214.

Kumar, Manjit. Quantum: Einstein, Bohr and the great debate about the nature of reality. Cambridge: Icon, 2008.

Nielsen, Henry, Helge Kragh, Peter C. Kjærgaard, and Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen. A history of science in Denmark through a thousand years. Århus: Aarhus University Press, 2008.

Pessoa, O., Jr., O. Freire, Jr., and A. Greiff. “The Tausk Controversy on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics: Physics, Philosophy and Politics.” Physics in Perspective 10 (2008), 138–162.

Phalkey, Jahnavi. Science, State-formation and Development: The Organisation of Nuclear Research in India, 1938–1959. Doctoral Dissertation. Atlanta: School of History, Technology and Society, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008.

Schwarz, Stephan. “S & T in occupied Denmark: Niels Bohr's institute and its environment.” Lecture at a symposium i Göttingen, 27–29 March 2008, (19 pp.).

Schwarz, Stephan. “The case of the bottled Nobel medals” Gamma 150 (2008), 8–14.

Wuensch, Daniela. Der Erfinder det 5. Dimension: Theodor Kaluza, Leben und Werk. Göttingen & Stuttgart: Termessos, 2008.

“La force de l'intuition.” Pour la science 34 (2008), 34.


Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives. Documentary shown on BBC Scotland and BBC Four in 2007. The American rock musician Mark Oliver Everett talks with physicists and colleagues of his father, Hugh Everett, about the father's many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics.

Andersen, Torkild. Datering af fortiden: Om det første danske kulstof-14 laboratorium. Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2007.

Badge, Peter. Nobel portraits: Photographs by Peter Badge. Berlin: Ars Vivendi, 2007.

Freire, Olival Jr. “Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy in the Research on the Foundations of Quantum Physics: E.P. Wigner's Case." In Boaventura de Sousa Santos (ed.), Cognitive Justice in a Global World: Prudent Knowledges for a Decent Life, Vol. 1. Lanham, MD, USA: Lexington Books, 2007,  pp. 203–224.

Hufbauer, Karl. “Landau’s Youthful Sallies into Stellar Theory: Their Origins, Claims, and Receptions.” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 37 (2007), 339–356.

Jacobsen, Anja Skaar. “Komplementaritet og marxisme under den kolde krig.” Magasinet Humaniora 1 (2007), 12–17.

Jacobsen, Anja Skaar. “Léon Rosenfeld’s Marxist defense of complementarity.” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 37 (2007), 3–34.

Lee, Sabine (ed.). Sir Rudolf Peierls: Selected private and scientific correspondence, Vol. 1. New Jersey: World Scientific, 2007.

Lemmerich, Jost. Aufrecht im Sturm der Zeit: Der Physiker James Franck, 1882–1964. Berlin: Verlag für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik, 2007.

Lynning, Kristine Hays. Kampen om dannelsesbjerget – en analyse af debatter om naturvidenskabernes rolle i det danske gymnasium i forbindelse med skolereformerne i 1903 og 1958. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Aarhus, 2007.

Lynning, Kristine Hays. “Portraying Science as Humanism – A historical case study of cultural boundary work from the dawn of the 'Atomic Age.'” Science & Education 16 (2007), 479–510.

Segrè, Gino. Faust in Copenhagen: A struggle for the soul of physics. London: Jonathan Cape, 2007.

Walker, Mark. “Eine Waffenschmided? Kernwaffen- und Reaktorforschung am Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Physik.” In Helmut Maier (ed.), Gemeinschaftsforschung, Bevollmächtigte und der Wissentransfer. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2007, pp. 352 – 394.

Wittje, Roland. “Nuclear Physics in Norway, 1933–1955.” Physics in Perspective 9 (2007), 406–433.


Andersen, Michael Cramer. “Bohrs samlede værker – komplette: Niels Bohr Collected Works – Vol. 12: Popularization and People (1911–1962).Kvant 2/18 (2007), 36.


Atom. Shown on BBC Two in 2006. Documentary in three parts, in which Professor Jim Al-Khalili tells the story about one of the greatest scientific discoveries ever: that the material world consists of atoms.

Einstein, Albert. The Collected Papers of, Vol. 10: The Berlin Years: Correspondence, May--December 1920 and Supplementary Correspondence, 1909–1919, Diana Kormos Buchwald, Tilman Sauer, Ze'ev Rosenkranz, Jozsef Illy, and Virginia Iris Holmes (eds.). Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006.

Freire, Olival Jr. “Philosophy Enters the Optics Laboratory: Bell's Theorem and its First Experimental Tests (1965–1982).” Studies In History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 37 (2006) 577–616.

Halpern, Paul, and Paul Wesson. Brave New Universe: Illuminating the Darkest Secrets of the Cosmos. Washington, D.C.: Joseph Henry Press, 2006.

Kragh, Helge. "The reception of the new physics among Norwegian physicists.” In R. Siegmund-Schultze and H. Kragh Sørensen, (eds.), Perspectives on Scandinavian Science in the Early Twentieth Century. Oslo: Novus, 2006, 25-44.

Krige, John. American Hegemony and the Postwar Reconstruction of Science in Europe. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006.

Lorencs, Juris. “Skumjais rukis un bumba: Nilss Bors, kvantu mechanika un Manhetenas projekts.” Rigas Laiks 2 (2006), 28–39.

Lynning, Kristine Hays. “Atomalderen og skolen.” In Henry Nielsen og Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen (ed.), Dansk Naturvidenskabshistorie, Bind 4: Viden uden grænser 1920–70. Århus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2006, pp. 365–382.

Walker, Mark. “Naturwissenschaftler und Nationalsozialismus.” In Eva-Maria Neher (ed.), Aus den Elfenbeinturm der Wissenschaft. XLAB Science Festival 2. Göttingen: Wallstein, 2006, pp. 91 – 135 .


Kernen, manuscript, production og direction Robert Fox. (Through Niels Bohr's own words, recordings of Bohr himself, and archival photos, the story of the Danish physicist (1885–1962) is told, from the time he mapped the atom until the atom bomb was dropped over Hiroshima in 1945.)  DVD. Fox Media,  2005. 

Boeyink, R. In het centrum van het drama: Wetenschappelijke worstelingen van Paul Ehrenfest tussen 1916–1925. Dissertation. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht, 2005.

Dörries, Matthias (ed.). Copenhagen in debate: Historical essays and documents on the 1941 meeting between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005.

Favrholdt, David. Spaltningen: Niels Bohr og Werner Heisenberg i videnskab og politik. København: Lindhardt og Ringhof, 2005.

Freire, Olival Jr. “Science and exile – David Bohm, the Cold War, and a new interpretation of quantum mechanics.” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 36 (2005), 1–34.

Gieser, Suzanne. The innermost kernel: Depth psychology and quantum physics. Berlin: Springer, 2005.

Greenspan, Nancy. The End of the Certain World: The Life and Science of Max Born. New York: Wiley, 2005.

Gregersen, Jens. “På hemmelig mission i Moskva.” Jyllandsposten, 4 March 2005, p. 3.

Hansen, Helge Lockert. “Etymology and common use of the word 'assassination'” Scandinavian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2 (2005), 66–67.

Irzhak, L.I. “Christian Bohr: On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of his birth.” Human Physiology 31 (2005), 366–368.

Lynning, Kristine Hays. “Humanistisk naturvidenskab? – Mogens Pihl og gymnasiets fysikundervisning omkring 1960.” MONA: Matematik og Naturfagsdidaktik – Tidsskrift for undervisere, forskere og formidlere 2 (2005), 76–96.

Nielsen, Henry, Helge Kragh, Peter C. Kjærgaard, and Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen. Dansk naturvidenskabs historie, Bind 1–4. Århus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2005.

Niese, Siegfried. Georg von Hevesy (1885–1966): Wissenschaftler ohne Grenzen. Dresden: Forschungszentrum Rossendorf, 2005.

Pyenson, Lewis, and Emily Hunter. “Mermaid: Margrete Heiberg de Bose in Europe and Argentina.” Saber y tiempo 20 (2005), 157–169.

Singh, Rajinder. Nobel Laureate C.V. Raman's Science, Philosophy and Religion. Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 2005.

“Einstein und die Quantenmechanik,” Spektrum der Wissenschaft 1 (2005), 76–80.

“Einsteins Erbe.” Spektrum der Wissenschaft 1 (2005), 94–99.

“Kopenhagen – Blegdamsvej 17 – Sommer 1926: Werner Heisenberg und Niels Bohr deuten die Welt neu.” Süddeutsche Zeitung Wissen 2 (2005), 67.


The Copenhagen Interpretation, direction: Lars Becker-Larsen; production: Flemming Arentoft; manuscript: Lars Becker-Larsen, and Jens Bidstrup.  The Copenhagen interpretation represents Niels Bohr's view of the decisive role of classical measuring apparatus for understanding the atomic world. The intepretation has been strongly disputed, and Einstein among others opposed it. Through a series of interviews with prominent physicists various views on the interpretation are presented. The Danish Film Institute, 2004.

Badge, Peter and Nikolaus Turner. Nobelpreisträger im Portrait. Berlin: Ars Vivendi, 2004.

Dardo, Mauro. Nobel Laureates and twentieth-century physics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Einstein, Albert. Collected Papers, Vol. 9: The Berlin Years: Correspondence, January 1919–April 1920, Diana Kormos Buchwald, Robert Schulmann, Jozsef Illy, Daniel J. Kennefick, and Tilman Sauer (eds.). Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004.

Feldbæk, Ole. Gyldendals bog om Danmarks historie. København: Gyldendal, 2004.

Fischer, Ernst Peter. Brücken zum Kosmos: Wolfgang Pauli – Denkstoffe und Nachtträume zwischen Kernphysik und Weltharmonie. Konstanz: Libelle, 2004.

Friedrichsen, Per (ed.). Ole Rømer: Videnskabsmand og samfundstjener. København: Gad, 2004.

Goodchild, Peter. Edward Teller: The real Dr. Strangelove. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2004.

Hall, Karl, David Kaiser and Kenji Ito. “Spreading the tools of theory: Feynman diagrams in the USA, Japan, and the Soviet Union.” Social Studies of Science 34 (2004), 879–922.

Halpern, Paul. The great beyond: Higher dimensions, parallel universes, and the extraordinary search for a theory of everything. New Jersey: Wiley, 2004.

Singh, Rajinder. Nobel Laureate C.V. Raman's work on light scattering – Historical contributions to a scientific biography. Berlin: Logos Verlag, 2004.

Weidenmüller, Hans Arwed. “Chaos in Atomkernen.” Physik Journal 3 (2004), 41–47.

Wittje, Roland. “A proton accelerator in Trondheim in the 1930s.” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 35 (2004), 115–152.

Zinkernagel, Henrik. “Fysikfilosofi [Philosophy of Physics].” In L. Aagaard and S. Brock (eds.), Videnskabens Ansigter [The faces of science]. Aarhus: Philosophia, 2004, pp. 214–231.

“Alletiders største dansker.” Berlingske Tidende, 17. april 2004 – 2. maj 2004.


Alschuler, Boris, [Om det sovjetiske atombombeprogram], Istoriy nauki i tecniks, No. 4 (2003), 14–24.

Alschuler, Boris, [Om Sakharov], Istoriy nauki i tecniks, No. 7 (2003), 56–60.

Dezsö, Gurka and G. Csizmás Edit, “Magyarok a Bohr Intézetben,” Természef Világa 134 (2003), 130–131, 181–183.

Dezsö, Gurka, “At the birth of quantum mechanics: Hungarians at the Bohr Institute,” 2003 (2 pp.).

Frayn, Michael; Dörries, Matthias, Kopenhagen: Stück in zwei Akten, mit zwölf wissenschaftsgeschichtlichen Kommentaren, zusammengestellt von Matthias Dörries, Göttingen: Wallstein, 2003.

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