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Catching ghost particles

Date
23/11/2016 (18:30)
Location:
Windsor Building Auditorium
Description
Join Dr Asher Kaboth, Royal Holloway Physicist, on a journey to neutrino discovery, full of twists and unexpected results! Why are neutrinos challenging our current understanding of nature? Where do they come from and how can we find them? For further details please click on the link above.

Physics talk on the Mysteries of Quantum Collective Behaviour

Date
07/07/2016 (18:30-20:00)
Location:
Windsor Auditorium
Description
The next event in the series of Physics evening talks at Royal Holloway is presented by Dr Anna Posazhennikova, an expert in Condensed Matter Physics.

Royal Holloway Science Open Day

Date
05/03/2016 (10:00-16:00)
Description
Be inspired by science at the annual Royal Holloway Science Open Day. Come and be part of our popular day of hands-on activities, demonstrations, talks, live experiments and much more. Presented by staff and students from each of our science departments, as well as guest exhibitors, our packed programme has something for all the family.

PostgraduateOpenDay2015

Date
25/11/2015 (13:00-16:00)
Location:
Physics Department, T118, Tolansky Building
Description
Advert for the November 25th 2015 postgraduate open day.

Beyond the Large Hadron Collider

Date
09/07/2015 (18:30-19:30)
Description
Come along and listen to Royal Holloway Physicist Professor Stewart Boogert discuss not only the plans for upgrading the LHC to even higher luminosities and energies but what might one day replace it.

The Practical Applications of Quantum Mechanics

Date
19/03/2015 (18:30-19:30)
Description
Public evening lecture about quantum physics

Graphene: unexpected science in a pencil line

Date
05/03/2015 (18:15-19:30)
Description
This year's Stevenson Lecture on the topic of graphene research

Ultracold: The Quantum World Near Absolute Zero

Date
04/02/2015 (18:15-19:15)
Description
A page describing the Low Temperature Physics Evening lecture, February 2015

The Physics of Polar Bears - Christmas Lecture

Date
10/12/2014 (18:15-19:00)
Description
A free Christmas Physics lecture. Open to all, school groups welcome.

Dark Matter Lecture

Date
20/10/2014 (18:00-19:30)
Description
Professor Jocelyn Monroe's work into measuring Dark Matter and it's fundamental properties will be explored in this Science for Schools lecture - All welcome
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