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High energy physics

Neil Lambert talks about subatomic particles and the elusive search for a theory of everything in part 6 of our Grand Tour of Science.

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Neil Lambert

Prof. Neil Lambert is Professor in Theoretical Physics at Kings College, London. He did a PhD in String Theory and Branes at Cambridge University. Since then he has worked at the ENS in Paris and Rutgers University. His interests include supersymmetry, string theory and M-theory.

Series The Grand Tour of Science is a comprehensive account of modern science in seven two-hour lectures for the public. The lectures are in two parts, with drinks and discussion before, in between and after.

Talk This lecture covers:
• The standard model: particles and interactions
• The Higgs and its mysteries
• Problems and puzzles
• Unification and supersymmetry
• Superstrings and M-theory