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Sara Walker at the Mars 2022 Conference

Sara Walker pictured with a new friend from Agility Robotics at the Mars 2022 Conference this March. 

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ASU archeological dig in Mossel Bay, South Africa

Inspecting an ASU archeological dig in Mossel Bay, South Africa. It is possible that the entire ancestral population of all extant humans was once confined to this region.

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Paul and a V2 Rocket

A V2 rocket at the Peenemunde museum on the Baltic Coast of Germany, where von Braun launched the first made-made object into space in 1943. One of these weapons exploded close to Paul Davies' parents' home in London.

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Dr. Davies visits ALMA telescope in Chile

Paul Davies (pictured) visiting the Atacama Large Millimetre Array (ALMA) telescope in Chile.

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Oldest Traces of Life on Earth

A gentleman from the Australia expedition demonstrates the formation of the stromatolites.

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Oldest Traces of Life on Earth

The group observing the rocks in Australia.

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E-life 2018 Retreat at the Desert Botanical Garden

E-life held their 2018 retreat at the Desert Botanical Garden which served as a beautiful place to brainstorm.

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Dr Charley Lineweaver Presents his Research

This picture was taken during the "Tracing the Deep Evolutionary Roots of Cancer" April 2018 workshop, where so many great minds gathered into one room!

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Tracing the Deep Evolutionary Roots of Cancer workshop

The Beyond Center paired up with NIC’s Arizona Cancer Evolution Center to host the April 2018 workshop. Here is a picture of the participants!

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Lunch with Max Tegmark

We had a wonderful time hosting Max Tegmark for our 2018 Beyond Annual Lecture!

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E-Life Beginning of the Semester Party!

The E-Life group got together for a BBQ/beginning of semester party at Sara’s house, and it looks like they had a blast!

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Information, Causality & the Origin of Life workshop held at ASU!

The Beyond Center hosted an international workshop on September 30 – October 2 on “Information, causality and the origin of life.”

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Beyond Center Retreat

Summer of 2016
Beyond Center Retreat 
Skysong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center

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Paul Davies at Arecibo Observatory

Paul Davies at Arecibo Observatory, the world's largest radio telescope in Arecibo, Puerto Rico.
​ It is most famous for tracking the binary pulsar for evidence of gravitational waves, and also for some SETI research.

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Paul Davies gives lecture for NIST

The introduction video of Paul Davies giving a lecture at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in 2008! Watch the video to hear his thoughts on the laws of physics!