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Oriel Science Cafe – Prof Geraint Lewis

Oriel Science Cafe – Prof Geraint Lewis

We have a special Oriel Science café, at the National Waterfront, Swansea,  on the 14th September with special guest Prof Geraint Lewis, from the University of Sydney. He has given multiple lectures at the famous Royal Institute in London, and is the author of “A Fortunate Universe: Life in a finely tuned cosmos”. Join us for a special Oriel Science Café:

Details of the talk:

Will there forever be stars in the sky? Will humanity roam the cosmos for eternity? What does the future hold for our Universe? Join us for a journey through space and time, from galactic collisions and hyperactive black holes, on to the death of the last star, and into the ultimate twilight of the cosmos.

Geraint Lewis is a Welsh astrophysicist based in the University of Sydney. He is best known for his work on dark energy, gravitational lensing and galactic cannibalism. He has given public lectures at the Royal Institute and has co-authored a popular science book about how different the Universe would be if there were even a slight change in some of its parameters.


A fydd sêr yn yr awyr am byth? A fydd dynoliaeth yn crwydro’r cosmos ar gyfer tragwyddoldeb? Beth mae’r dyfodol yn ei ddal am ein bydysawd? Ymunwch â ni am daith trwy ofod ac amser, o wrthdrawiadau galaethol a thyllau du gorfywiog, ymlaen i farwolaeth y seren olaf, ac i mewn i’r cyfnos eithaf y cosmos.

Mae Geraint Lewis yn astroffisegydd Cymreig sydd wedi’i leoli ym Mhrifysgol Sydney. Mae’n fwyaf adnabyddus am ei waith ar egni tywyll, lensio disgyrchol a chanibaliaeth galaethol. Mae wedi rhoi darlithoedd cyhoeddus yn y Sefydliad Brenhinol ac wedi cyd-ysgrifennu llyfr gwyddoniaeth boblogaidd am ba mor wahanol y byddai’r bydysawd petai hyd yn oed newid bach yn rhai o’i baramedrau.

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