Marcelo Gleiser

Professor of Physics
Dartmouth College

What He Studies

Particle cosmology—mixing the physics of the very smallest constituents of the universe with the physics of the universe as a whole—and the emergence of complex structures in nature, focusing on very fundamental questions related to what he calls the “three origins”: cosmos, life, and mind.


In The News

The Mystery is Out There

Here is a question you don’t think about everyday: where did the stuff you’re made of come from? We know we are made of cells, and cells are made of molecules, and molecules are made of different atoms. But where do the atoms come from?
— KidSpirit Online

 

Why We Matter - to the Multiverse and Back

So goes the bad karma of science: the more we learn about the universe, the less important we become. Is this really what modern science is telling us?
— Slate


Books


Connect


Dartmouth College
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Office: 116 Wilder Laboratory
Hanover, NH 03755

Phone: 603-646-1489
Email: marcelo.gleiser@dartmouth.edu