Physicist Paul Davies talks to Jim al-Khalili about the origin of life, the search for aliens and the evolution of cancer.
In February, Paul Davies had the privilege of giving a talk at Google about his latest book and how hidden webs of information are solving the mysteries of life. Check it out using the link below!
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Click the link below and listen in at 2.42.17 to hear Paul Davies discuss his latest book, "The Demon in the Machine".
"The book is a manifesto for how we can answer the question what does it mean to be alive?"
Do you have questions you want to ask Paul Davies about his new book, "The Demon in the Machine"? Well he will be giving talks at the Royal Institution of Science and the Life Science Centre followed by a book signing! Click the links below for more information.
E-life is particpating in this years 7th ELSI Symposium: Comparative Emergence in Tokyo, Japan. Click on the link below to view the live stream!
A shipbound student with time to kill was the first to figure out the fate of dying stars. Paul Davies explains.
Read Dr. Davies' Abacus Column by clicking the link below.
An interdisciplinary team, with direction from SESE’s Sara Walker, recently published results of their study of 67 biological networks. In this study, the team sifted through data to better understand the root connections among the networks, measuring a number of mathematical features, simulating the networks’ behavior and looking for patterns to provide clues to what made them so special.
Postdoctoral Research Scholar (JOB# 12520)
Arizona State University
Beyond Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science
Pauline Newman interviews Dany Adams at the April 2018 workshop, "Tracing the deep evolutionary roots of cancer", hosted by the Beyond Center and NIC’s Arizona Cancer Evolution Center. Dany Adams is a research professor within the department of biology at Tufts University. This interview was based off of Adams' presentation at the workshop.
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Have you ever wondered if the universe is real... or if its possible to build a time machine?
Professor Paul Davies is a keynote speaker at the ANU's Expanding World Views conference in Canberra on July 19th, 2018.
When searching for E.T., scientists tend to look for signs of life with certain similarities to life on Earth. But abiding by that narrow definition of life could be the reason we still haven't found any aliens.
NExSS has produced a comprehensive series of articles outlining the past, present and future of research on how to search for signs of life on exoplanets.
Tomorrow, "Extraterrestrial life, explained" will be released on Netflix featuring Paul Davies!
"Explained" is an enlightening series from Vox that digs into a wide range of topics such as the rise of cryptocurrency, why diets fail, and the wild world of K-pop. You don't want to miss it!
On July 19th, Paul Davies will be speaking on the subject, "is the universe a fake?" at the Australian National University. This public event will include a variety of topics presented by many fantastic speakers. Check out the link below for more information!
On June 1st and 2nd, Sara Walker will be participating in two exciting events for the World Science Festival! You can find her at 'World Science U' and 'Who is out there: Why alien life may be weirder than we imagine'. Visit the link below to find out more information!
Paul Davies will be featured in the Nova Wonders episode - Are We Alone? airing on May 9th at 9pm ET/8C on PBS. Check out the link below to learn more about the upcoming episode. Be sure to tune in on May 9th!
The president of the International Society for Science and Religion (www.issr.org.uk) - Rev. Prof.
On February 16th, Paul Davies presented along with Lindy Elkins-Tanton and Michael Varnum at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Click the link below to view the recorded livestream.
Our very own Sara Walker was featured on Ask an Astrobiologist, an interactive talk show where a guest will answer questions from Dr. Sanjoy Som, as well as questions submitted via Twitter, Facebook, and SAGANet chat.
Click the link below to watch the recorded livestream!