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how to: Space, Time, and Gravitational Waves

2nd March 2016 · 6:45pm - 8:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 how to: Space, Time, and Gravitational Waves

A rare appearance in London from one of the world’s leading Astrophysicists to talk about the new windows on the Universe that have changed virtually everything we think about its makeup and possible size, its past, and its future.

Exploring the new tools we have developed that allow us to explore nature on scales previously unimaginable renowned theoretical physicist, bestselling author and unparalleled science communicator Lawrence Krauss takes us on a tour through space and time like never before, to the outer reaches of the visible universe, to the beginning of time, and possibly, to indirect hints of other universes beyond the reach of our telescopes.

Lawrence Krauss is an internationally renowned American theoretical physicist and cosmologist.

He is the director of the Origins Project at ASU and Foundation Professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration and the Physics Department at Arizona State University. He has won numerous international awards for both his research and his efforts to improve the public understanding of science. He is the only physicist to have received the top awards from all 3 US Physics Societies, and is also the author of 9 books including bestsellers The Physics of Star Trek and A Universe from Nothing. He is a commentator and essayist for newspapers and appears regularly on radio and television.

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