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2015 Penn State Lectures on the Frontiers of Science Lecture #3

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Xuất bản 18/08/2015
A free public lecture titled "The Warped Side of the Universe," held on Saturday February 7 in Alumni Hall at the HUB-Robeson Center on the Penn State University Park campus. The event was the third of six consecutive Saturday lectures in a free public minicourse, the 2015 Penn State Lectures on the Frontiers of Science. The speaker for this lecture was Nergis Mavalvala, the Curtis and Kathleen Marble Professor of Astrophysics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a winner of prestigious awards including the MacArthur “genius” Award. The overall theme of the 2015 lecture series is "100 Years After Einstein's Greatest Discovery: New Science from General Relativity." No registration is required. The Penn State Lectures on the Frontiers of Science is a program of the Penn State Eberly College of Science that is designed for the enjoyment and education of residents of the Central Pennsylvania area and beyond. Financial support for the 2015 lectures is provided by the Eberly College of Science and by its Institute for Gravitation and the Cosmos. For more information or access assistance, contact the Eberly College of Science Office of Media Relations and Public Information by telephone at 814-863-8453 or by e-mail at jms1140@psu.edu. More information about the Penn State Lectures on the Frontiers of Science, including archived recordings of previous lectures, is online at science.psu.edu/frontiers.
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