Much research in theoretical physics is inspired at least in part by the idea of unifying all of the fundamental forces of nature. An analysis of how gravity affects other forces at subnuclear scales has major implications for that idea. See Article p.56
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Amelino-Camelia, G. Gravity's weight on unification. Nature 468, 40–41 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/468040a