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What the James Webb Space Telescope reveals

Discover why NASA’s new telescope is a huge step forward for understanding the universe.

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Documentary broadcast produced and presented by Pauline Newman, Adjunct Professor of Beyond

The Center’s Pauline Newman (Davies) produced and presented an acclaimed one-hour documentary broadcast in May

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University of Science and Technology of China: Information Announcement

Are you a perspective student interested in pursuing a master's degree in science and technology?

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Paul Davies gives public lecture at Google

Paul Davies is an English physicist, writer and broadcaster, a professor at Arizona State University as well as the Director of the Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science.

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Black holes: from absurd idea to fact of nature

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

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How Theoretical Physicists Can Help Find E.T.

When searching for E.T., scientists tend to look for signs of life with certain similarities to life on Earth.

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Paul Davies' Article: "Is new physics lurking in living matter?"

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

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Beyond COVID-19: Network Science and Sustainable Exit Strategies Workshop

In May of this year, the Beyond Center worked with Moogsoft Inc. to conduct a workshop with efforts to  inform public policy in response to the pandemic.

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Pauline (Newman) Davies on The Science Show - AGAIN!!

Scientists urged to keep waving the flag. UNSW launches new degree in quantum engineering. Startup building the infrastructure for quantum computing.

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