Links to Other Websites

Caltech    The birthplace and home of The Feynman Lectures on Physics

Basic Books  Publishers of The Feynman Lectures on Physics New Millennium Edition and Feynman's Tips on Physics

The Feynman Lectures on Physics Wikipedia entry

"25 Greatest Science Books of All Time"

DISCOVER magazine chose The Feynman Lectures on Physics as one of the 25 greatest science books of all time. The Feynman Lectures on Physics is the only physics textbook appearing on DISCOVER's list.


Pages dedicated to physics and math education

M.I.T. Open Courseware

The Open Learning Initiative at Carnegie Mellon


Physics 2000 at The University of Colorado


The Net Advance of Physics


Wolfram Mathworld

Stephen Wolfram, creator of Mathematica, was a student, friend and colleague of Richard Feynman. The Feynman Lectures website is proud to be the recipient of a complimentary copy of Mathematica 6.0.



Pages dedicated to solving physics problems

Harvard Department of Physics Problem of the Week

The University of Oregon Physics Student Page

Solving Problems in Physics at Oberlin College Department of Physics and Astronomy

Physics Challenges at Duke University Department of Physics

Physics Question of the Week at The University of Maryland Department of Physics

How Bent Spaghetti Break (a problem proposed by Feynman) at Laboratoire de Modélisation en Mécanique


Physics / Feynman Videos

Feynman's Messenger Lectures at Cornell University

These seven lectures were presented by Feynman, and filmed by the BBC, in 1964 at Cornell University; they are based on some of Feynman's 1961-62 Caltech freshman physics lectures, which form the basis of The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Volume I.


Feynman's Douglas Robb Memorial Lectures (on Quantum Electrodynamics)

These four lectures were presented at The University of Aukland in 1979, and formed the basis of Feynman's 1985 book QED, The Strange Theory of Light and Matter

The Pleasure of Finding Things Out (40 minute documentary interview with Feynman)

"The Stuff of Dreams" (a NewScientist Blog about materials with strange properties)

What happens when you drop 50 lbs. of silly putty from the 7th floor of an office building.


Sites and Pages dedicated to Richard P. Feynman

Y. S. Kim's Feynman Page

Feynman Online

A "minimalist" website on Richard Feynman

A list of pages about Richard P. Feynman at the Nanotechnology website

The Feynman Page at Science Hobbyist Website

Richard Feynman Wikipedia entry

The Richard Feynman Page at

Homepage of Feynman, New York Times #1 Bestseller by Ottaviani and Myrick


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