Is our Universe the only universe? Brian Greene explains why scientists are pursuing this highly speculative and provocative possibility.

Could parallel universes be real? Brian explains the multiverse on the Huffington Post’s Talk Nerdy to Me.

Brian appears on Last Call with Carson Daly to promote NOVA’s Fabric of the Cosmos.

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson teases Brian Greene about the progress of String Theory at the 2011 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate.
 
Brian talks to Daily Beast senior columnist John Avlon about the multiverse, the need for fundamental research, and the importance of science education.

Brian takes us into his home office for a tour of his tidy workspace, in the second of Science Friday’s Desktop Diaries series.

Brian Greene and Stephen Colbert discuss The Hidden Reality.

Discussing the World Science Festival on the Colbert Report.

Brian Greene’s talk at the TED conference on string theory and extra dimensions.

Discussing The Fabric of the Cosmos with Stephen Colbert.

Brian speaks with mathematician Amir D. Aczel at the Boston Museum of Science.

Discussing The Fabric of the Cosmos with David Letterman.

Conversation with Alan Alda and Paul Nurse about plans for the World Science Festival.

Discussing the Large Hadron Collider and mini black holes on McNeil-Lehrer News Hour. Read here.
 

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A preview of the orchestral adaptation of Icarus at the Edge of Time. A short excerpt from a collaboration between violinist Joshua Bell and Brian Greene, directed by Damian Woetzel; Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center.
Playing an Intel Scientist in New Line Cinema’s The Last Mimzy, directed by Bob Shaye. Playing an aged-version and a younger-version of himself in New Line Cinema’s Frequency, directed by Greg Hoblitt.

Brian Greene appears on the hit show The Big Bang Theory.
Playing the “plate tectonics man” in Rob Morrow’s Maze.