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In Spring 2014 we are excited to welcome back Origins Project Distinguished Visiting Professor Frank Wilczek. A Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wilczek will be joining us from MIT for February's Great Debate Parallel Realities: Probing Fundamental Physics, as well as a private scientific workshop and student event.
Lawrence Krauss honored at the Academia Film Olomouc for his contributions to public understanding of science, and for his work in increasing awareness of science in society.
Congratulations to 2014-15 Norm Perrill Origins Project Scholarship winners English PhD student Kent Linthicum and Biology & Society honors undergraduate and concurrent Master's student, Rachel Gur-Arie.
Origins Project Director Lawrence Krauss discusses exciting new discovery about the Big Bang and gravitational waves that date back to the beginning of time.
The Origins Project at ASU is developing a slate of flagship courses designed to guide students through an exploration of the most fundamental questions we ask as humans: Who are we? Where did we come from? How did we get here?
Norm Perrill Origins Project Scholars
The Origins Project has named the 2014-15 Norm Perrill Origins Project Scholarship winners, English PhD student Kent Linthicum and Biology & Society honors undergraduate and concurrent Master's student, Rachel Gur-Arie. Linthicum is studying the intersection of Literature, Science, and Environment in the 19th century and Gur-Arie's research interests include science policy, public perception of science, and health law.