A Myriad of Particles

February 27th, 7pm in Centennial Hall: Joint Elliott Cheu for a free science lecture, “A Myriad of Particles” as part of the Rethinking Reality UA lecture series.


From the beginning of civilization, we have attempted to reduce our world to its simplest components. This search resulted in the discovery of the electron and culminated in the recent detection of the Higgs boson. While our current model of the particle world is stunningly successful in describing the Universe as we know it, many questions remain.

Stop by Main Gate Square for dinner before the lecture. If parking in the Tyndall Ave Garage after 5pm, ask the gate attendant for a spitter ticket because you will be visiting a Main Gate Square merchant and can have your parking validated.