Wednesday, April 24


Changing the physics of philosophy

When Einstein introduced special relativity in 1905, physics did a summersault. But his revolutionary theory also changed the way philosophers since then have looked at some of the tensions raised by science, said Christopher Smeenk, an assistant professor of philosophy at UCLA whose specialty is the history and philosophy of science. Read more...


UCLA collaborates on dark matter

Invisible, foreign and reclusive, the dark matter that courses quietly through the universe may finally be within grasp. With the construction of a new detector for dark matter, UCLA scientists and their international collaborators are participating in the beginnings of a potential revolution in physics. Read more...







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