Gazing up at the stars during a clear night opens up a sight to the wonders of our universe. We love to share our excitement about such fascinating objects like black holes or neutron stars that are born when extremely massive stars die, about gravitational waves — waves that propagate in the fabric of spacetime not unlike under-water waves — that were measured for the first time in 2015, and fundamental questions about the nature of gravity itself.

Here you can find information about some of our activities and we will update the website with any new events, so stay tuned.

Talking to the Public


Einstein’s Gravity Playlist
Celebrating Einstein
Black (w)hole Art Exhibit
Rhythms of the Universe
Is Einstein Still Right?, Summer 2020
Clifford M. Will and Nicolas Yunes