Posts tagged with ‘Physics’

Things that go bang in the night (sky)

The School of Chemistry and the School of Physics and Astronomy, in association with the British Science Association, present this public lecture. Julian Onions will speak on the topic of ‘Things that go bang in the night (sky).

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Gravitational waves 2: the Universe’s symphony

Dr Helvi Witek, School of Mathematical Sciences, will deliver the lecture ‘Gravitational waves 2: the Universe’s symphony’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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Gravitational waves 1: from Newton’s law to black holes and spacetime ripples

Dr Thoma Sotiriou, School of Mathematical Sciences and School of Physics and Astronomy, will speak on the topic of ‘Gravitational waves: from Newton’s law to black holes and spacetime ripples’.

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Viewing the universe in light of gravitational lensing

James Nightingale, PhD student in the School of Physics and Astronomy, presents the lecture ‘Viewing the universe in light of gravitational lensing’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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Nottingham physicist receives medal for ‘pioneering’ work with dark energy

Dr Clare Burrage has been awarded the Maxwell medal and prize by the Institute of Physics […]

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The dark side of the universe

Dr Clare Burrage, School of Physics and Astronomy, presents ‘The dark side of the universe’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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Making a universe from scratch

As part of the Science Public Lecture Series, Julian Onions gives a lecture on the topic of ‘Making a universe from scratch’. Admission is free, all are welcome.

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World’s smallest periodic table… by a hair’s breadth?

Scientists at The University of Nottingham have written what they believe is the world’s smallest periodic table — on the side of a human hair.

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