WHAT IS SPACE? A LIGHT YEAR AWAY IN UNDER AN HOUR FLAT

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Get the lowdown on everything you wanted to know about space, but didn’t know how to ask.

Our universe is, at the very least, 100 billion light years across. But where does this number come from, and what does that really mean? In under an hour flat, British science writer, Jim Baggott will tell us the story of our universe — from Newton to Einstein, and from the Big Bang to the latest theories of quantum space. In this fast-paced and informative talk,

Jim Baggott is an award-winning science writer. He trained as a scientist, completing a doctorate in chemical physics at the University of Oxford in the early 1980s, before embarking on post-doctoral research studies at Oxford and at Stanford University in California.

This event in hosted in conjunction with Oxford University Press.

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