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Is time travel possible?

Journey into the science behind the classic film 'Back to the Future'. An interview with Alan Heavens, professor of cosmology at Imperial College London.

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Spacetime and the quantum: united by history

In her inaugural lecture Professor Fay Dowker asks how can we realise the full potential of relativity and quantum theory?

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Do we need the leap second?

Tom Whyntie discusses whether our clocks should be tethered to the rotation of the Earth. (Extract 3 of 5 from the Imperial College Podcast 29 February 2012)

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Can we freeze time? Laser adventures in the realm of the nano-nanosecond

Take a tour of high-speed measurement technology that provides startling insight into the world around us, from electrons to galloping horses. Professor John Tisch delivers his inaugural lecture. Recorded at Imperial College London on 22 July 2011

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