Category Archives: Astrophysics

Could the theory which predicted gravitational waves be wrong?

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Perimeter Lecture: The James Webb Space Telescope

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How to hide a ‘fifth force’ – and how to find one

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Think of the universe as a skateboard park: Supernovas and sphalerons

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Dark Matter: Did we just hear the most exciting phrase in science?

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Latest results in the hunt for dark matter

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Brilliant Blunders: the mistakes made by some of history’s greatest scientists

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Whether it is cricket or physics, imagined scenarios can expand the limits of our understanding

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The Dark Side of the Universe

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Gravitational Waves

The first observation of gravitational waves was big news. I wrote a piece for the Guardian which wasn’t part of the Life & Physics blog (and which also appeared in the printed paper), and did a Q&A with Hiranya Peiris … Continue reading

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