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Time: 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Venue: Woody's, Ram Passage, Kingston
Speaker(s): Dr Niall Mac Dowell (Imperial College London)
Pop along to Cafe Scientifique and enjoy the discussion over a drink. You don't need to be involved in science or technology to join us – just have an interest and open mind.
In 2012 our understanding of elementary particles made a giant leap with the discovery of the Higgs particle at the Large Hadron Collider located at CERN near Geneva. Since the end of 2012 the LHC has undergone a major upgrade to increase the energy of the colliding protons by almost a factor of two. I will review the Nobel-prize-winning, discovery-of-the-century Higgs particle and outline the next discoveries that we hope will emerge from the LHC collisions.
A short informal talk to introduce the topic followed by questions, answers and general discussion. The evening is designed to appeal to anyone with an interest in science and technology – and takes place in surroundings where anyone can feel comfortable asking a question.
So, tell your friends, family and anyone else who springs to mind!
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