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Christopher Stubbs, the Chair of the Harvard Department of Physics, @ Science by the Pint, tomorrow, 7 PM

From: T.J. M.
Sent on: Monday, May 3, 2010 10:16 AM
The Harvard Medical School "Science in the News" team wanted me to let you know that the final Science by the Pint will be held tomorrow, May 4th at 7:00 pm at Redline restautant at 59 JFK Street in Harvard Square. I can't make it, but feel free if you are an Event Organizer to put it on the calendar! Christopher Stubbs, the Chair of the Harvard Department of Physics, will be speaking.

Professor Christopher Stubbs and three of his students will be talking about how to use supernovae to map the recent expansion of the universe.

About the speaker:

"Christopher Stubbs is an experimental physicist working at the interface between particle physics, cosmology and gravitation. His interests include experimental tests of the foundations of gravitational physics, searches for dark matter, and observational cosmology. Stubbs is also engaged in a companion program that is using gravitational lensing to search for dark matter in the form of compact astronomical objects."

About Science by the Pint:
https://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/

" 'Science by the Pint' is SITN's [Science in the News] rendition of a nationwide project called 'Science Cafes', a movement to provide more informal discussions between scientists and non-scientists on relevant scientific and social issues. Rather than the usual seminar format we provide during our fall lecture series, Science by the Pint will feature one or more leading researchers who give no more than a 5 minute, conversation stirring, introduction to their work. The rest is up to you! After the short introduction, you may ask our researchers questions, bring up discussion points and see where it all leads".

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