Paul Sen first encountered thermodynamics while studying engineering at Cambridge. After graduating, he began a career in television. Starting at the BBC, he made films on a diverse range of subjects, including dance culture, plane building, the internet revolution, and the social history of Britain. His 90-minute film, Oak Tree, Nature’s Greatest Survivor won the prestigious Royal Television Society Award for best science and natural history program and the Grierson Award for Best Science Documentary. He is the author of Einstein’s Fridge.
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