The universe in a box

A mesmerising tapestry of cosmic events stretching over the past 13.8 billion years and even further into the future have shaped the existence we have come to know. But are secrets masked in the future of the universe? And how are scientists able to study the cosmos in all its glory, past, present and future? Join Andrew on a journey through space and time, with science, simulations and unrelenting human curiosity as your guides.

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Join Professor of Cosmology and science communicator Andrew Pontzen as he uncovers how intricate computer codes have unlocked our understanding of the universe – from galaxies and black holes to the very essence of matter itself. Simulations have also revolutionized our understanding of the cosmos, shedding new light on the universe's multifaceted complexities. Join Andrew on a journey through space and time, with science, simulations and unrelenting human curiosity as your guides.

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The Royal Institution 21 Albermarle St London W1S 4BS

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