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Press Release - 10 February 2009

Probing a Hidden Universe - public lecture

Over the last 100 years, great strides have been made in our understanding of the structure of matter and the fundamental forces in the Universe. A new era of discovery is eagerly awaited.

On Wednesday (18 February) Dr Glenn Patrick of Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, in Oxford, will present a lecture at the University of Bath on how it is possible to probe the “Hidden Universe” and what particle physics can tell us about its secrets.

Dr Glenn Patrick said: “This will be a quick survey of the scientific output of the Large Hadron Collider and its discovery potential. I will be looking at the past as well as the future and seeing how it all fits together.”

The lecture forms part of the General University Lecture Programme (GULP) which is open to the public.

All lectures start at 5:15pm at the Lecture Theatre 8 West 1.1.

Admission and parking is free in the west car park at the Claverton Campus.

For more information call Helen Redfern on 01225 386587.


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