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Eric Nyquist

Is our universe one of many?

This five-part series tells of how theoretical physicists at Stanford helped develop the String Theory Landscape – an updated version of the Big Bang theory that sparked a fierce and still ongoing debate about what science is and what it should be.

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Stanford’s Ian Gotlib seeks predictors of depression

January 25, 2019

Plant biologist Winslow Briggs dies at 90

February 15, 2019

Four Stanford students win 2019 Gates Cambridge Scholarships

February 14, 2019

Stanford establishes partnership with community ‘food rescue’ organization

February 13, 2019
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