The March for Science is an international movement taking place on April 22 in many cities all over the world. It’s a demonstration for the value of science, facts, and scientific evidence in times of “alt-facts”.
The March for Science in Berlin starts at 1pm in front of Humboldt University (Unter den Linden 6).
From March 6-17, 2017, the University of Potsdam and the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) offer a crash course on General Relativity and its astrophysical applications. [more]
This meeting at Ringberg Castle aims to explore frontier issues in cosmology, especially the connections with black hole and gravitational wave physics, as well as the theoretical challenges of combining gravity and quantum theory in order to gain an understanding of the big bang.