Sir Roger Penrose is a highly distinguished mathematician and theoretical physicist, and currently emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University. His research interests span many aspects of geometry, having made contributions to the theory of nonperiodic tilings (“Penrose tilings”), to general relativity theory and quantum foundations. He has also had remarkable insights in the science of consciousness. His main research programme is to develop the theory of twistors, which he originated over 30 years ago as an attempt to unite Einstein's theory of general relativity with quantum mechanics. In 1994 he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his service to science. Professor Penrose has received numerous prizes and awards, including the 1988 Wolf Prize, which he shared with Stephen Hawking for their understanding of the universe, the Dannie Heinemann Prize, the Royal Society Royal Medal, the Dirac Medal and the Albert Einstein prize to name a few. His 1989 book The Emperor's New Mind became a best seller and won the 1990 (now RhonePoulenc) Science Book Prize. His latest books are Shadows of the Mind (1994), The Nature of Space and Time (1996) with Stephen Hawking, The Large, the Small and the Human Mind (1997) and Road to Reality (2004).
Talks by Roger Penrose

On the Interplay Between General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics
Roger Penrose University of Oxford


Conformal Cyclic Cosmology: Some Striking New Observational Support
Roger Penrose University of Oxford


Twistors and Quantum NonLocality
Roger Penrose University of Oxford

Meet a Scientist  Sir Roger Penrose
Roger Penrose University of Oxford

Before the Big Bang: Is There Evidence For Something And If So, What?
Roger Penrose University of Oxford
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Clocks at the Big Bang? Quantum gravity is not what you think!
Roger Penrose University of Oxford


Sir Roger Penrose  Are We Due for a New Revolution in Fundamental Physics?
Roger Penrose University of Oxford
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