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Free fall in curved spacetime

How can we visualise gravity in relativity? With a rubber sheet and marbles, maybe? My latest article in Physics Education presents a new model that illustrates how warped time gives rise to gravity.

 
Pinnacles desert

Just another day in WA

“For if every true love affair can feel like a journey to a foreign country, where you can’t quite speak the language, and you don’t know where you’re going, and you’re pulled ever deeper into the inviting darkness, every trip to a foreign country can be a love affair, where you’re left puzzling over who you are and whom you’ve fallen in love with...and all good trips are, like love, about being carried out of yourself and deposited in the midst of terror and wonder.”

CodeRefinery

CodeRefinery 2.0

Since 2016, the CodeRefinery project has been teaching students and researchers how to write better code and providing research groups with software development e-infrastructure tools to support this.

Milky Way

Forty girls and one space science program

Research is like a journey. We wander the streets of our research life every day. One day, you take a new turn and, unexpectedly, find yourself in a different corner, enjoying new vistas in an otherwise familiar research landscape.

Space travel

The future of humanity

12-year old me would spend her summer days in the garden reading books on astronomy and the universe. I had already Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time under my belly and was well versed in reading the sky with all its constellations. But it turned out that Michio Kaku’s In Hyperspace was a different calibre.

OzGrav team

Squeezed light and a bunch of experimental physicists

Being a physics educator at the University of Western Australia (UWA) is a bit different than being one at the University of Oslo. Of course, there is the change of scenery: Instead of overlooking the Oslo fjord, I now get to ponder the stretches of Swan River. The academic difference, though, is even more profound.

Magdalena Kersting

Hello world!

This is me, Magdalena. As you can see, I think gravity is cool.

Anthrotox

Meet the AnthroTox team!

In my first blog entry as a PhD student here at the Department of Biosciences, I would like to introduce you to the AnthroTox crew, lead by Katrine Borgå and Paul Wenzel Geissler.