A roller coaster through cosmic time, this talk truncates the 13.7 billion years of life of our Universe into 60 minutes. Starting from a very hot cosmic soup, the Universe evolved from tiny initial perturbations to the large variety of structures we can observe today. The talk also explores the biggest mystery in modern physics: the dark side of the Universe.
Andrea Valerio Macciò, Associate Professor of Physics and Director of the Center for Astro, Particle, and Planetary Physics, NYUAD
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