In conversation with Dennis Overbye, science reporter for the New York Times and author of the books Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos and Einstein in Love
“The single best explainer of abstruse science in the world today” (Washington Post), Brian Greene is a Professor of Physics and Mathematics at Columbia University. His New York Times bestsellers include The Fabric of the Cosmos, The Hidden Reality, and The Elegant Universe, which later served as the basis of two Peabody and Emmy Award–winning NOVA series. Renowned for his watershed discoveries in superstring theory, Greene is the cofounder of the World Science Festival, the Director of Columbia University’s Center for Theoretical Physics, and a popular cultural figure. Until the End of Time is not just an exploration of the cosmos but also a reflection about our place within the ever-expanding vastness of the universe.