Carolin Crawford

Carolin Crawford is a Royal Society reseach fellow at the Institute of Astronomy, and a fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Braneworlds: Explaining the Universe

Carolin Crawford, 19 May 2005

Particle physics and cosmology are mysterious subjects, embracing such strange concepts as ‘dark energy’, ‘braneworlds’ and ‘wormholes’ – terms people may have heard of or perhaps read about, but still don’t really understand. Brian Greene, a leading expert in string theory, has now followed up his earlier, very successful book, The Elegant...

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