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Colliding Multiverses

Posted on 19/11/2014

Dr. Eugene Lim from the Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology group of the Department of Physics, was quoted in an article in Quanta magazine which highlighted his research into the physics of colliding multiverses. Together with an international team of collaborators, Dr Lim studies the theory and the observables of the physics of the multiverse. In particular, Dr Lim's research focuses on the dynamics of colliding universes, in which he uncovers novel collision physics which has wide applications beyond cosmology.

If you would like any further information, please contact Dr Eugene Lim: eugene.a.lim@gmail.com

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