Monday, September 26, 2011

Flying Circus of Physics 2011

Another event that provides the public and opportunity not only to learn physics/about physics, but also to talk to physicists. This is, I think, I yearly event at Florida State University, which open their doors to welcome the public.

On Saturday, FSU professors will conduct free tours through the physics department, give lecture demonstrations, planetarium shows and hands-on experiments from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m."We will have certain rooms dedicated to certain areas in physics, and each room will have a hands-on demonstration led by a professor," said Volker Crede, FSU physics associate professor.
I have a $1 wager here that says that at least a few of the questions they will be asked is about the OPERA/faster-than-light neutrinos! :)


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