[ASC-list] NSW - Public talk: Hunting for Antimatter
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Mon Aug 10 04:58:51 UTC 2009
Hunting for Antimatter - Nobel Prize
in Physics 2008
6.30pm, 20 August
Theatre, School of Physics, University of Sydney, Camperdown campus
Why is there something instead of nothing? Why are there so many
different elementary particles? Is it safe to shake hands with an alien from
Last year’s Nobel Laureates in Physics have presented
theoretical insights that give us a deeper understanding of what happens far
inside the tiniest building blocks of matter.
Dr Kevin Varvell will give
an entertaining overview of the science behind last year’s Nobel Prize in
Dr Varvell is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Physics. After being fascinated by the
subatomic world as an undergraduate in Perth, he
obtained a DPhil in the subject in the UK and has since then been chasing
the secrets of the fundamental building blocks of matter through experiments at
CERN, Fermilab and KEK.http://www.physics.usyd.edu.au/about/news_items/news_items15.shtmSupported by the AIP.RSVP: 9351 3472 or outreach at physics.usyd.edu.au with your name and the number of seats required.
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