CQG+ is the companion blog to Classical and Quantum Gravity(CQG): the world’s leading gravitational physics journal.
While CQG, the journal, is focused on science, CQG+ is about the people that make it happen. On this site, you will find informal posts from your peers written for the gravitational physics community. Authors are invited to write CQG+ posts after receiving high quality ratings (or referee comments) during peer review.
- Gravitational lensing by black holes in astrophysics and in Interstellar – O James, E Von Tunzelmann, P Franklin, K S Thorne
- How do we know LIGO detected gravitational waves? – the LIGO Detchar team
- Even a tiny cosmological constant casts a long shadow – A Kesavan, B Bonga, A Ashtekar
- And now for something completely different… – N Andersson and G Comer
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Other interesting news and views relevant to the gravitational physics community will also feature on CQG+.
- Some memories from meeting Einstein in 1951 – 1952 – Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat
- Movie Review of Interstellar – Richard Price
- 2016 Bergmann-Wheeler Thesis Prize winner: Lisa Glaser