@inproceedings{ca1f55b4574542c88596efbfc398584d,

title = "Quantum gravity and cosmological observations",

abstract = "Quantum gravity places entirely new challenges on the formulation of a consistent theory as well as on an extraction of potentially observable effects. Quantum corrections due to the gravitational field are commonly expected to be tiny because of the smallness of the Planck length. However, a consistent formulation now shows that key features of quantum gravity imply magnification effects on correction terms which are especially important in cosmology with its long stretches of evolution. After a review of the salient features of recent canonical quantizations of gravity and their implications for the quantum structure of space-time a new example for potentially observable effects is given.",

author = "Martin Bojowald",

year = "2007",

doi = "10.1063/1.2751949",

language = "English (US)",

isbn = "0735404275",

series = "AIP Conference Proceedings",

pages = "130--137",

booktitle = "PARTICLES AND FIELDS",

note = "VI Latin American Symposium on High Energy Physics and the XII Mexican School of Particles and Fields ; Conference date: 01-11-2006 Through 08-11-2006",

}