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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Martin_ReesMartin Rees - Wikipedia

    Martin John Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow, OM, FRS, HonFREng, FMedSci, FRAS, HonFInstP (born 23 June 1942) is a British cosmologist and astrophysicist. He is the fifteenth Astronomer Royal, appointed in 1995, and was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, from 2004 to 2012 and President of the Royal Society between 2005 and 2010.

  2. Martin John Rees, o barão Rees de Ludlow (Iorque, 23 de junho de 1942), é um cosmólogo e astrofísico britânico que foi o presidente da Royal Society entre 2005 e 2010. [1] Mestre (diretor eleito pelo corpo de Fellows e responsável pela administração do colégio) do Trinity College, Cambridge, desde 2004.

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  3. Martin Rees is a Fellow of Trinity College and Emeritus Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics at the University of Cambridge. He holds the honorary title of Astronomer Royal and also Visiting Professor at Imperial College London and at Leicester University.

  4. 13 de out. de 2020 · "É o primeiro século em que uma espécie, a nossa, possui tanto poder e é tão dominante que tem o futuro do planeta em suas mãos", escreve o prestigioso astrônomo britânico Martin Rees em On The...

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  5. 2 de mai. de 2024 · Martin Rees (born June 23, 1942, York, England) is an English cosmologist and astrophysicist who was a main expositor of the big-bang theory of the origins of the universe. Rees was raised in Shropshire, in the English Midlands.

  6. www.martinrees.ukMartin Rees

    6 de abr. de 2023 · As a leading cosmologist and astrophysicist, Martin’s contributions have led to significant advances in domains ranging from galaxy formation to cosmic jets, black holes, gamma ray bursts as well as speculative aspects of cosmology - in particular, whether we live in a multiverse - and the prospect of detecting extraterrestrial life.

  7. 31 de mai. de 2021 · Um dos cientistas mais importantes da atualidade, o cosmólogo britânico Martin Rees, da Universidade de Cambridge acredita que a Humanidade viverá uma época de ouro na astronomia, com descobertas em série. O avanço, explica, já se equipara ao experimentado nos anos 1960, quando iniciamos a exploração do Espaço.