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Nov 30 2015 | Springer
Since 1997 physicists have understood that anti-de Sitter quantum gravity in d+1 dimensions can emerge from suitable d dimensional conformally invariant quantum field theories.
Nov 24 2015 | APS Physics
A team of Stanford physicists, including SITP members Peter Graham and Tim Wiser, have proposed a space mission that could detect or rule out some popular long-range modifications of gravity.
Nov 23 2015 | APS Physics
The hierarchy problem, the puzzlingly light mass of the Higgs, is one of the largest open questions in physics beyond the Standard Model.
Nov 16 2015 | Nature
Many physicists believe that entanglement is the essence of quantum weirdness — and some now suspect that it may also be the essence of space-time geometry. This article, published in Nature, describes much of the work of the It From Qubit Simons Foundation collaboration.
Nov 8 2015 | Stanford News | Posted In: Awards, Faculty
Stanford Physicists Xiaoliang Qi and Leonardo Senatore won New Horizons in Physics Prizes for their outstanding contributions to fundamental physics.