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Everything from nothing: how our universe was made

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£2 entry, FREE for members Followed by a wine reception! —- Cosmology confronts some of the most fundamental questions in the whole of science. How and when did our universe begin? What is it made of? How did it acquire its current appearance? I will discuss the enormous progress of the past few years in attempting to answer these questions.

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