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Natural Science Research

The Natural Science Research Team at BMUCO is a dedicated group of researchers who are passionate about advancing our understanding of the natural world. With a focus on theoretical and mathematical research, the team is committed to pushing the boundaries of human knowledge and uncovering new insights into the workings of nature.

At BMUCO, we believe that the pursuit of knowledge is a fundamental human endeavor. Through our research, we aim to shed light on some of the most pressing questions in the natural sciences, from the behavior of subatomic particles to the origins of the universe itself. With a deep commitment to rigorous scientific inquiry and a collaborative approach to problem-solving, our team is making important strides in fields such as physics, astronomy, and cosmology.

Honorary Advisors



Professor Neil Lambert   

 King's College London, UK


Research Interests: His research is primarily concerned with supersymmetry, string theory and M-theory. 


Latest research and publications:

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Professor Yang Hui-He   

City, University of London

University of Oxford

Nankai University


Research Interests: . He is particularly interested in aspects of algebraic geometry in application to, and interacting with, gauge theory as well as string theory, such as Calabi-Yau manifolds, holographic correspondences and string phenomenology.


Latest research and publications: click here

Current researchers


Cemile Senem Arabaci

Rajarshi Maiti

University of Waterloo

Quantum Gravity 

Queen's University Belfast

Number Theory


Madhav Tiwari

Queen's University Belfast 

Quantum information and quantum gravity 

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Edward Hist

University of London

String Theory and Machine learning

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