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Right at the beginning...of the universe.

A talk as part of Newcastle's Science Festival on the Big Bang and other theories of the evolution of the universe.

Cosmologists have learned more about our Universe in recent decades than in the rest of human history. Using astronomical data in tandem with virtual universes constructed in supercomputers, we are now beginning to understand how the universe evolved from the early simplicity of the Big Bang to the present-day structured complexity. We can confidently trace back cosmic history to about a micro-second after the Big Bang and possibly beyond. Carlos is Ogden Professor of Physics and Director of the Institute for Computational Cosmology, University of Durham.


Professor Carlos Frenk | talks | www


Date and Time:

21 March 2005 at 8:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Cafe Royale
8 Nelson Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
0191 231 3000

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Cafe Royale, 8 Nelson St, 0191 231 3000

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Book by day before. Event free but you must purchase something in the cafe. For further information please call PEALS on 0191 241 8614.

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