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NCH presents | 'Hidden Realities'

Professor Lawrence Krauss delivered a free public lecture on ‘Hidden Realities’ at New College of the Humanities in London on Monday, 7th March 2016.

About Lawrence Krauss

Professor Lawrence Krauss was born in New York and raised in Canada. Lawrence Krauss took undergraduate degrees in mathematics and physics from Carleton University and a PhD from MIT. He taught at Yale before moving on to Case Western and Arizona State universities.

The only physicist ever to hold the highest awards of the US’ three major physics societies, Lawrence’s many books include Fear of Physics, The Physics of Star Trek, Hiding in the Mirror, where he criticises string theory and A Universe from Nothing co-authored with Richard Dawkins.

At NCH, Lawrence teaches cosmology and particle physics alongside his role as Foundation Professor and Director of the Origins Project at Arizona State University.

This lecture is open to all and free of charge. Admission is by ticket only. Please note tickets are strictly limited and early booking is strongly advised.