Science and religion are not odd bedfellows, even though that's how many people view them. There's an impression that they are at best at opposite ends of a spectrum, and at worst in two different universes altogether. But 2019 Templeton Prize winner Dr. Marcelo Gleiser dispels the notion that science and faith can't get along. In fact he says they not only get along, but belong together as the only way to make sense of our world. Gleiser is Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy and a professor of physics and astronomy at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. The native of Brazil, has won the honor for being, "a prominent voice among scientists, past and present, who reject the notion that science alone can lead to ultimate truths about the nature of reality."