Lisa Kewley has transformed our understanding of the early years of the Universe, the development of galaxies, and what happens when they collide.
For her pioneering investigations across theory, modelling and observation, she will receive the US National Academy of Science’s biennial James Craig Watson Medal in Washington DC.
“At school I thought physics would be too hard. But I had a wonderful physics teacher whose love for astronomy was contagious!” says Lisa.[continue reading…]