October 6, 2020

The Beyond Center is honored to receive the Melanie Brose Research Grant, and we look forward to continuing conceptual research in her name. Read below to learn more about Melanie Brose and the meaning behind the award.

August 21, 2020

Pauline (Newman) Davies strikes again with another feature on The Science Show with Robyn Williams on the matter of joining the quantum revolution! Click here to listen to the podcast!

August 4, 2020

Click this link to read Paul Davies' new article published on Physics Today and learn new information how key concepts bridge together physics and biology.

July 20, 2020

Click this link to hear Pauline (Newman) Davies disuss the oldest traces of life on Earth and how they may train scientists to search for life on Mars. 

July 19, 2020

Tap on this link to watch an interview of Paul Davies conducted by Sam Barton, the host of Talk of Today!

June 15, 2020

Click here to read the ASU Now article about the workshop Beyond Center researchers held in an effort to outline a theory of networks in breaking the coronavirus.

May 16, 2020

Congratulations to George Zahariade, Maulik Parikh, and Frank Wilczek for winning the first award of the Gravity Research Foundation for their essay "The Noise of Gravitons." Click here to read the full details!

January 31, 2020

Our very own Dr. Hyunju Kim was recently interviewed in a podcast along with Dr. Ayan Paul on one of her projects on intelligence!

November 25, 2019

The Financial Times, The Telegraph, and The Sunday Times have all listed Paul Davies' book among their chosen books of the year.

November 8, 2019

Order today with the link below!

Abstract: When Darwin set out to explain the origin of species, he made no attempt to answer the deeper question: what is life? 

November 8, 2019

Congratulations to Sara Walker for winning the NIH Challenge Award! The link below describes the award and the work Sara is doing to help solve the opioid crisis.

August 18, 2019

Pictures Paul Davies took during a recent expedition to the Pilbara region of Australia to see the oldest traces of life on earth. The wavy lines in these 3.5 billion year old rocks are fossilized microbial mats called stromatolites. Check out the gallery section to see more pictures of these anciet rocks!


August 7, 2019

Director of the Beyond Center, Paul Davies recently had the honor of returning to Newcastle University to be made an Honorary Doctor of Science.


Check out the article below for more info!

March 26, 2019

Physicist Paul Davies talks to Jim al-Khalili about the origin of life, the search for aliens and the evolution of cancer.

March 12, 2019

In February, Paul Davies had the privilege of giving a talk at Google about his latest book and how hidden webs of information are solving the mysteries of life. Check it out using the link below!

Photo Credit: Talks at Google

February 13, 2019

Click the link below and listen in at 2.42.17 to hear Paul Davies discuss his latest book, "The Demon in the Machine". 

"The book is a manifesto for how we can answer the question what does it mean to be alive?"

January 31, 2019

Do you have questions you want to ask Paul Davies about his new book, "The Demon in the Machine"? Well he will be giving talks at the Royal Institution of Science and the Life Science Centre followed by a book signing! Click the links below for more information.

January 8, 2019

E-life is particpating in this years 7th ELSI Symposium: Comparative Emergence in Tokyo, Japan. Click on the link below to view the live stream!

January 8, 2019

A shipbound student with time to kill was the first to figure out the fate of dying stars. Paul Davies explains.

Read Dr. Davies' Abacus Column by clicking the link below.

October 8, 2018

An interdisciplinary team, with direction from SESE’s Sara Walker, recently published results of their study of 67 biological networks.  In this study, the team sifted through data to better understand the root connections among the networks, measuring a number of mathematical features, simulating the networks’ behavior and looking for patterns to provide clues to what made them so special.