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April 2006 (Volume 15, Number 4)

Public Event Features Lisa Randall

Lisa Randall, 'An Evening of Cosmology and String Theory'
Lisa Randall

Those attending the April meeting in Dallas can join interested members of the public for “An Evening of Cosmology and String Theory” with Lisa Randall, at 6:30 pm on Monday, April 24. The event takes place in the Landmark A Ballroom in the Hyatt Regency. Randall, a Harvard University physics professor, is the author of Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe. She is best known for co-authoring two seminal 1999 papers in Physical Review Letters with Raman Sundrum: “Large mass hierarchy from a small extra dimension,” and “An alternative to compactification.” Each has been cited more than 2500 times. Randall’s research has been covered by The New York Times, the Economist, the Los Angeles Times, and The Dallas Daily News, as well as Science, Nature and New Scientist. Warped Passages is her first book for a general audience.


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'Big D' Hosts APS April Meeting
Does the 'Impact Factor' Impact Decisions on Where to Publish?
Public Event Features Lisa Randall
APS Helps Boy Scouts Explore Nuclear Science
Largest APS Prize Targets Young Physicists
High Energy Physicists Hear Mixed Message from Washington Science Policy Leaders
APS Member Honored for Intelligence
Gershenfeld Hopes to Spearhead a Fab-ulous Revolution
Letters
Viewpoint
Inside the Beltway
The Back Page
Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Physics and Technology Forefronts
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science