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Gravitational Waves - The Cosmic Detectives

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Gravitational Waves - The Cosmic Detectives

Science Scotland 20

Articles by Peter Barr


Global team solves universal mystery
Foreword by Professor Martin Hendry MBE FInstP FRAS FRSE

What really happened?

Why does it matter?

A billion years, three minutes later ....

A pioneer in the search for gravitational waves
Professor Ron Drever FRSE

Time waits for one man
Professor Jim Hough OBE FRS FRAS FRSE

Big bang in big data
Professor Siong Heng

In search of inspiration
Professor Sheila Rowan MBE FInstP FRAS FRSE

Lateral thinking vs uncertainty
Professor Ken Strain FInstP FRSE

Eye on the future
Professor Giles Hammond FInstP

Beyond the horizon
Dr Marielle van Veggel and Dr Harry WArd FInstP

The noise hunter
Professor Stefan Hild FInstP

The dark fringe of data
Dr Chris Messenger

The astronomical perspective
Professor Graham Woan FRAS

The Scottish connection
Professor Norna Robertson FInstP FRAS FRSE

Little and largest
Professor Stuart Reid

 

"Gravitational Waves - The Cosmic Detectives". Science Scotland (Issue Twenty)
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