New Book Published September 2013
The never-before-told account of the intersection of two of the most insightful minds of the 20th century, Jacques Monod and Albert Camus, and a dramatic story of how hardship and courage can inspire genius. Read more...
"This is, in short, a gripping book throughout, and Carroll deserves all praise for his double portrait of two exemplary heroes of conscience and intellect."-The Washington Post
"Suspenseful...Carroll has done some impressive archival digging, turning up fresh and often vivid details"-The New York Times
"Carroll does a masterful job of keeping the many elements together and the story moving"-Nature
The Franklin Institute Awards are among the oldest and most prestigious science awards in the world, and recipients are recognized for their ground-breaking contributions to science. The international awards have been bestowed upon such luminaries as Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Marie and Pierre Curie, Orville Wright, and Jane Goodall.
Carroll to direct the activities of the largest private funder of science education in the United States.
What Darwin Never Knew
Premiere Broadcast on PBS: Tuesday, December 29, 2009
A two-hour special program that marked the 150th anniversary of the publication of The Origin of Species and the 200th anniversary of Darwin's birth. The program explores the new evolutionary science that is revealing how evolution works at the most fundamental level, and is based on Sean Carroll's two books "Endless Forms Most Beautiful" and "The Making of the Fittest". Sean served as scientific consulting producer.