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Aliens: Science Asks Is Anyone Out There?  

It's the biggest question we've ever faced, one that has fascinated generations of humans: do aliens exist? If they did, what would they look like? How would they think? And what would it mean for us if we found them?  Here, Professor Jim Al-Khalili blasts off in search of answers.

Featuring twenty pieces by top scientists and experts in the field including Martin Rees, Ian Stewart and Adam Rutherford, Aliens covers every aspect of the subject

Out: 3rd Nov 2016 – Available in paperback and on Kindle  

 

 

Upcoming events:

Astrobiology: The truth is out there 7.00pm to 8.30pm, Monday 7 November,    The Theatre  

Astrobiology: The truth is out there

7.00pm to 8.30pm, Monday 7 November,    The Theatre

 

 

News and Links : 

The Life Scientific

New Series : On now.

Each week, Professor Jim Al-Khalili invites a leading scientist to tell us about their life and work. He’ll talk to Nobel laureates as well as the next generation of beautiful minds to find out what inspires and motivates them and what their discoveries might do for us.

Click here See All Previous Episodes Here 

 

University of Surrey Department of Physics

University of Surrey Department of Physics

Jim is Professor Of Physics and Professor of Public Engagement in Science at the University for Surrey    

http://www.surrey.ac.uk/department-physics

Jim Al Khalili's Ted Talk

How does a robin know to fly south? The answer might be weirder than you think: Quantum physics may be involved. Jim Al-Khalili rounds up the extremely new, extremely strange world of quantum biology, where something Einstein once called “spooky action at a distance” helps birds navigate, and quantum effects might explain the origin of life itself.

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Centre of Nuclear and Radiation Physics

Centre of Nuclear and Radiation Physics

Jim is part of the Nuclear Theory Group at the University of Surrey.

 

Videos

Jim Meets…

Watch my interviews from the “Jim meets…” series on the University of Surrey’s YouTube page: