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Which iconic figure would you select for a Valentine's Day date?
This article is part of a collection produced for Valentine’s Day. Who would you select for your Valentine from these iconic figures from history?
Science, Maths & Technology
Who had more fun in life, Albert Einstein or Richard Feynman? Whichever one of them was travelling faster
Is time travel possible in real life? The simple answer is: Yes!
Health, Sports & Psychology
What has physics ever done for psychology? Paul Stenner, Professor of Social Psychology, investigates the history of movement in Physics, and considers what it means for Social Science.
Scientists are thrilled by the discovery of gravitational waves, in part because it proves one of Einstein's theories - but also because what it means we might do next...
What you need to know about Einstein's theories of relativity and how they revolutionized how the world thinks about space, time, mass, energy and gravity.
2015 marks the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein's Theory of General Relativity. Find out what it's all about and why it still matters.
What exactly is Einstein's Theory of General Relativity all about? And why does it matter?
Here we look at the framework of special relativity and examples of measured time dilation and length contraction
Professor Russell Stannard looks at the wave-particle paradox and Niels Bohr’s solution to it.
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