Friday, March 14, 2008

Templeton prize goes to priest/cosmologist

The $1.6 million Templeton Prize, the largest philantropic award for a single indivual, has gone to Michael Waller, an ordained priest and physicist working in Poland. Waller has written on attempts to bridge science and theology and intends to use his funds to start an institute to study the same. Here is some bloggy coverage for scientists

New Scientist

and for the theologically minded:

Catholic News Agency
Vatican Radio

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