Big History Project Captures 13.7 Billion Years

Big History Project Captures 13.7 Billion Years

A new venture from Bill Gates melds history and science to tell the entire story of our universe.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 3 march 2011

The Big History Project, announced at this year’s TED conference, takes on the history of the world — all 13.7 billion years of it — and makes it comprehensible to high school students with the goal of inspiring them to be curious and think critically.

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