Higgs: the particle at the end of the universe

  • 6:15 pm — 7:15 pm on Wednesday 04 June 2014
  • at Imperial Square and Gardens, Cheltenham, GL50 1QA

 

Visualisation of the Higgs particle data Photograph courtesy of CERN

Public lecture by Sean Carroll as part of The Times Cheltenham Science Festival

Event details

Projects as big as the hunt for the Higgs boson don’t happen without dealing, conniving and occasional skullduggery. Award-winning physicist and author Sean Carroll revealed the search for the universe’s most elusive particle and opened a door into the mind-boggling domain of dark matter and other phenomena we never predicted.

Sean was the winner of the Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books last year.

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