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Theoretical Physics

Theoretical physics is an extremely wide-ranging subject with numerous applications, from conventional physics to biology and medicine. Quantum computers, teleportation, the Big Bang, the leopard?s spots, earthquakes, forest fires, protein form and function, or the real use of parsnips: theoretical physics makes a highly suitable basis for graduate studies in both physics and theoretical physics. The education is demanding and requires thorough mathematical knowledge, curiosity and keen interest; however, this is also what makes the education extremely rewarding.