# Particle Physics and Inflationary Cosmology

@inproceedings{Linde1988ParticlePA, title={Particle Physics and Inflationary Cosmology}, author={Andrei Linde}, year={1988} }

With the invention of unified theories of strong, weak, electromagnetic and gravitational interactions, elementaryparticle physics has entered a very interesting and unusual stage of its development. The end of the 1960s saw the introduction of the Glashow‐Weinberg‐Salam unification of the weak and electromagnetic interactions. In 1974 came the grand unified theories of the strong, weak and electromagnetic interactions. Two years later we had supergravity, giving us the first hope of unifying…

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