About This Program
Professor Andrew Strominger presented a lecture on the connection between string theory and black holes as part of the Science Center Research Lecture Series. The Science Center Research Lecture Series, designed for interested laypersons, is free and open to the public. Initiated in 1973, the Public Research Lecture Series is an opportunity for faculty members at Harvard to present their scientific research and innovations in terms accessible to a non-professional audience. The series offers approximately six lectures per year.
Also from the Science Center Research Lecture Series and featured on Harvard@Home are Professor Andrew Murray's lecture on genomics entitled Unraveling Cell Division, Professor Martin Nowaks's lecture on Evolutionary Dynamics, Professor Michael O. Rabin's lecture on Hyper-Encryption, Professor Edward O. Wilson's lecture entitled On the Relation of Science and the Humanities, Professor Benedict H. Gross and William A. Stein's lecture Solving Cubic Equations, and Howard A. Stone's lecture The Fluid World: Flows, Films, and Foams.
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