Tuesday, May 28th, 7pm
Why is the recently discovered Higgs Boson particle often referred to as the God Particle, and what makes its discovery one of the most important in recent science? What, if anything, does it tell us about the fate of the universe? And why does it take an instrument as big as CERN’s Large Hadron Collider to find it?
Come learn the answers to these questions with Cornell physics professor Peter Wittich, who is a member of one of the two collaborations that announced the discovery last July.
Lot 10 Bar and Lounge| 112 S Cayuga St | FREE