Lisa Randall

Lisa Randall, Professor of Physics, Harvard University

Harvard University

Lisa Randall is a Professor of Science at Harvard University, where she teaches theoretical particle physics and cosmology. Randall’s research connects theoretical insights addressing puzzles in our understanding in the properties of matter, the Universe, and space.


Lisa Randall, Harvard University, discusses astrobiology and the possibility of life in outer space at the DLD Munich Conference 2023

This Way to the Universe

NASA’s celebrated James Webb Telescope recently discovered spiral galaxies which were born almost 14 billion years ago, shortly after the big bang – the beginning of the universe as we know it. Clearly these are exciting times for scientists studying space. In this DLD Munich talk, Lisa Randall, Professor of Science at Harvard University, shares…
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Stage at DLD Munich 2023, Europe’s leading innovation conference, at Serviceplan’s House of Communication

DLD Munich 2023

Highlights of DLD Munich 2023: Find videos, images and speakers of Europe’s leading innovation conference in one place…
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