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The human impulse to look beyond the horizon, “to boldly go where no man has gone before”, leads us to the most transformative discoveries.
Sir Roger Penrose talks about physics, philosophy and art in a conversation with Thomas Fink and Yang-Hui He in the Faraday lecture theatre.
A solution to the information paradox uses standard quantum field theory to show that black holes can evaporate without violating the laws of physics.
The notion of quantum superposition speeds up the training process for binary neural networks and guarantees that their parameters are optimal.
Using machine learning methods to search the vast space of Calabi-Yau manifolds for ones that predict the Standard Model from string theory.
Princeton and Caltech alumni celebrate Faraday’s birthday at the London Institute for Mathematical Sciences, inside the Royal Institution.
The London Institute is hosting a lunch at the Royal Institution to promote serendipity between leaders in business, finance and physics.
A delicate interplay between the proteins that white blood cells express and the molecules on the surface of tumour cells determines cancer prognoses.
Circuits of memristors, resistors with memory, can exhibit instabilities which allow classical tunnelling through potential energy barriers.
Conrad Wolfram describes how two brothers harnessed machines to do mathematics, changing the way we think about computational thinking.
Sir Roger Penrose talks about space-time singularities and cyclic geometry at the Nankai Symposium, after an introduction by Yang-Hui He.
At its autumn meeting, our Board discusses our application for core funding, a new Fellow, upcoming events and planning our first endowment.
This new monograph makes cutting-edge topics in mathematical physics, geometry and machine learning accessible to graduate students and beyond.
Yang-Hui He co-organises the Nankai Symposium on dialogues between mathematics and physics, with the plenary talk by Sir Roger Penrose.
Debating basic science
Thomas Fink and Dallas Campbell discuss curiosity, basic science, science communication and the Royal Institution on The Spectator podcast.