- Director, Origins Project, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Foundation Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration and Department of Physics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Associate Director, Beyond Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science
- Affiliated Faculty, Center for Biodiversity Outcomes, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Lawrence M. Krauss is an internationally known theoretical physicist whose research covers science from the beginning of the universe to the end of the universe. His research interests include the interface between elementary particle physics and cosmology, the nature of dark matter, general relativity and neutrino astrophysics. He has investigated questions ranging from the nature of exploding stars to issues of the origin of all mass in the universe. Krauss is the author of many scientific publications, as well as several acclaimed popular books, including, "The Physics of Star Trek", "Quantum Man", and New York Times Bestseller "A Universe from Nothing".
- PhD, Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1982
- BS (first class honors), Mathematics and Physics, Carleton University, 1977