Our research featured in Quanta Magazine

Quanta's Natalie Wolchover put together a nice piece on the growing interest in exploring boucing cosmologies, featuring our recent progress towards a fully-computable classical bounce.

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Registration open for January workshop

The workshop will focus on modifications of Einstein gravity at high (but sub-Planckian) energy densities that would influence the dynamics and evolutionary history of the early universe. We are bringing together leading experts in cosmology and general relativity to explore ideas related to avoiding the cosmological singularity.

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Short film featuring `Origins of the Universe'

A new short film, the second installment of a series produced by the Simons Foundation, chronicles the work of scientists - including Paul Steinhardt - as they develop the Simons Observatory, hoping to uncover the origin of our universe.

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Cosmology & Gravity Journal Club starts Sept. 22nd

We will meet once a week to discuss some papers of general interest to our research activities in cosmology and gravity, broadly defined.

Anyone interested is welcome.

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Postdoctoral Position available

We are accepting applications for a postdoctoral position to begin in the 2018-2019 academic year. Applications should be made through our advertisement. Please submit by December 1, 2017 to ensure full consideration for your application.

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Simons Program announced

Today the Simons Foundation announced the new Origins of the Universe Initiative. The Foundation has assembled an international group of theoretical physicists to tackle one of the biggest unsolved mysteries in science: What exactly went down at the dawn of the universe around 13.8 billion years ago.

The Cosmological Bounces and Bouncing Cosmologies program is a key component.

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