Science Sundays: Particle Physics: New Research Frontiers

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December 3, 2017
3:00PM - 5:00PM
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Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2017-12-03 15:00:00 2017-12-03 17:00:00 Science Sundays: Particle Physics: New Research Frontiers Time: 3-5 p.m. Event Host: College of Arts and Sciences Short Description: Particle physics, the quest to understand the smallest objects in the universe, depends on operating powerful colliders, like those at Fermilab and CERN. Surprisingly, the answers we get also shed light on the largest objects, such as the universe itself. Particle physics, the quest to understand the smallest objects in the universe, depends on operating powerful colliders, like those at Fermilab and CERN. Surprisingly, the answers we get also shed light on the largest objects, such as the universe itself. Joe Lykken outlines deep theoretical questions, exciting experimental programs and how they connect. Joseph Lykken, a theoretical physicist, is deputy director and chief research officer of Fermilab, the leading particle physics laboratory in the United States. .dailypost {background-color:#000; padding:30px;color:#fff;font-family:"capita";font-size: 1.25em;font-weight: 400;} .clicktotweet {float: right; text-align:right;} The next #ScienceSundays lecture explores particle physics, the quest to understand the smallest objects in the universe #ASCDaily   CLICK TO TWEET Science Sundays is a free public lecture series offered and supported by The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences and its sponsoring science centers. Speakers are leading experts in their fields dedicated to making their work interesting and accessible for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Science Sundays brings leading-edge work directly to the public with lectures covering diverse topics in science, arts and technology that touch our everyday lives. Each lecture is from 3-4 p.m. at the Ohio Union Bank Conference Theatre, followed by a free, informal reception from 4-5 p.m. at the Ohio Staters Traditions Room in the Ohio Union. For additional information, please visit this link. Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre College of Arts and Sciences asccomm@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Time: 3-5 p.m.
Event Host: College of Arts and Sciences
Short Description: Particle physics, the quest to understand the smallest objects in the universe, depends on operating powerful colliders, like those at Fermilab and CERN. Surprisingly, the answers we get also shed light on the largest objects, such as the universe itself.


Particle physics, the quest to understand the smallest objects in the universe, depends on operating powerful colliders, like those at Fermilab and CERN. Surprisingly, the answers we get also shed light on the largest objects, such as the universe itself. Joe Lykken outlines deep theoretical questions, exciting experimental programs and how they connect.

Joseph Lykken, a theoretical physicist, is deputy director and chief research officer of Fermilab, the leading particle physics laboratory in the United States.

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The next #ScienceSundays lecture explores particle physics, the quest to understand the smallest objects in the universe #ASCDaily



Science Sundays is a free public lecture series offered and supported by The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences and its sponsoring science centers. Speakers are leading experts in their fields dedicated to making their work interesting and accessible for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Science Sundays brings leading-edge work directly to the public with lectures covering diverse topics in science, arts and technology that touch our everyday lives.

Each lecture is from 3-4 p.m. at the Ohio Union Bank Conference Theatre, followed by a free, informal reception from 4-5 p.m. at the Ohio Staters Traditions Room in the Ohio Union.

For additional information, please visit this link.

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