fbpx

Templeton.org is in English. Only a few pages are translated into other languages.

OK

Usted está viendo Templeton.org en español. Tenga en cuenta que solamente hemos traducido algunas páginas a su idioma. El resto permanecen en inglés.

OK

Você está vendo Templeton.org em Português. Apenas algumas páginas do site são traduzidas para o seu idioma. As páginas restantes são apenas em Inglês.

OK

أنت تشاهد Templeton.org باللغة العربية. تتم ترجمة بعض صفحات الموقع فقط إلى لغتك. الصفحات المتبقية هي باللغة الإنجليزية فقط.

OK

Math & Physical Sciences

Quantum biology and the arrow of time

Jellyfish and migratory birds may help physicists understand the mysterious shift from quantum to classical mechanics Time as we experience it only ever appears to move forward, pointing one-way like […]

All

Math & Physical Sciences January 20, 2022

The Black Hole in the Basement: Part II

Math & Physical Sciences January 13, 2022

The Black Hole in the Basement: Part I

Math & Physical Sciences December 12, 2021

The Sudoku Universe

Math & Physical Sciences December 12, 2021

Over Gravity’s Rainbow

Math & Physical Sciences December 2, 2021

Exploring Nature’s Wildest Enigmas: Black Holes

Math & Physical Sciences November 8, 2021

Into the Unknown: Foundation Reports from the Edge of Physics

Four new scientific reviews tackle the origins of space, time, and the universe—and the mystery of why the cosmos seems ideally suited for human life.   What happened before the Big […]

Math & Physical Sciences September 21, 2021

Early-Career Astrophysicists and Social Scientists Will Have a Front-Row Seat for the Vera C. Rubin Observatory’s Groundbreaking Night Sky Survey

When one of the most important new ground-based telescopes in a generation begins operation as early as next year, a cohort of astrophysics and social science fellows, backed by $6.9 […]

Math & Physical Sciences August 24, 2021

Quantum biology and the arrow of time

Jellyfish and migratory birds may help physicists understand the mysterious shift from quantum to classical mechanics Time as we experience it only ever appears to move forward, pointing one-way like […]

Math & Physical Sciences January 14, 2020

Beyond the First Glimpse: Extending Harvard’s Black Hole Initiative

New funding for groundbreaking collaboration to continue investigating some of the biggest questions in physics and cosmology On April 10, 2019 researchers from the Event Horizon Telescope, a global scientific […]