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Hubble Who? | Dr. Moshe Gai, Professor of Physics UCONN
What did Edwin Hubble do to deserve a two billion dollar monumental project two hundred miles up? How did all the stuff around us (and the stuff we can’t see) come to be? This will be one hour of unadulterated (i.e. no math) sheer fun. Moshe Gai will guide us through the contributions of a number of scientists who have enabled us to gain fascinating insights into what comprises the cosmos. Plan on an exciting narrative that promises to be extensive and absorbing.
Dr. Gai’s research activities are split between being a facilitator of a newly emerging research group at UConn in Nuclear Physics with the creation of the Laboratory for Nuclear Science and his own research activities that encompass studies in Nuclear Astrophysics, precision and high sensitivity measurements of electro-weak phenomena and studies of the structure of the nucleon. Dr. Gai enjoys engaging young students in Science and it shows…