Licia Verde will discuss what has been learned from precision cosmology and speculate on what the future might hold. The COBE satellite announced and published the observation of the primordial seeds of cosmic structure about 20 years ago. The 2006 Nobel Physics prize recognized these results as " the inception of cosmology as a precise science". Since COBE, cosmology has been hit by an avalanche of data: representative portions of the observable Universe are being mapped out in details and extremely ambitious surveys are being planned for the future.
THE REGULATING ROLE OF NERVE GROWTH FACTOR in stress and coping of rodents and humans
SECOND THOUGHTS ON THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
NEURAL CODES FOR 2D AND 3D SPACE in the hippocampal formation of bats
The conference is devoted to the latest results in SFT as well as in related fields, such as higher spin theories and double field theory. It is the sixth in the series.