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Iconic Voices from MIT: Dr Jerome Friedman - Nobel Laureate for Physics

22 May 2015 3pm to 5pm Registration starts at 2.30pm SUTD Auditorium, Building 2, Level 1

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Humankind has been trying to decode the universe for centuries. 
On May 22, find out what has been discovered and what mysteries remain. 

Hear about the latest surprising discoveries disclosing the structure of the universe from its outer observable edges down to subatomic level. 


Great progress was made in understanding the structure of the universe in the second half of the 20th Century. These advances were the product of research in particle physics, probing the very small, and research in astrophysics and cosmology, probing the very large. These two domains are closely related in our current theory of the evolution of the universe.

Powerful particle accelerators and new astrophysical observations from both land-based and space facilities have produced surprising discoveries that are changing our views about the structure of the universe, both at the smallest and largest scales. But these discoveries have also led to new mysteries that are significant scientific challenges. 


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