On Wednesday 22 March at 7pm, we will welcome Professor Jeff Forshaw to St Peter’s School, to deliver a lecture entitled ‘Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos’.
Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos
Professor Forshaw will talk about his new book, in which he and Brian Cox attempt to explain how it is that humans have managed to reach a point where they can claim to be able to compute how the universe was behaving when it was far smaller than the size of an atomic nucleus; a time before the Big Bang even.
Tickets for the lecture are free and are available on our Eventbrite page. If you have any enquiries or accessibility requirements please telephone us on 01904 527315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About the speaker
Jeff Forshaw is a particle physicist who has written over 100 scientific papers, 2 textbooks and 3 popular science books. He was awarded the Institute of Physics Maxwell Medal in 1999 for “outstanding contributions to theoretical physics” and, in 2013, the Kelvin Medal for “his wide-reaching work aimed at helping the general public to understand complex ideas in physics”. He has made numerous TV and radio appearances and often writes in the national press.