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From Particle Physics to Education: The Role of Tinkering

Speaker Mats Selen, University of Illinois Abstract The love of tinkering is perhaps the single most universal trait among scientists. From designing an experiment to building a computer application to solving a differential equation, the cycle of "observe - explain - test - revise” is at the root of the scientific creative process. 

Graduate Advice Panel - 2016

The Graduate Seminar Series is hosting a discussion panel consisting of current Physics Grad Students who will be giving advice on applying to grad school. Come to MacN 415 from 12:30 - 1:30 for the session (come early for some snacks at noon).

Rovers on Mars: Guelph's Involvement in Exploring the Red Planet

Lecture Details Speaker: Scott VanBommel Curiosity and Opportunity Rover Science Teams Ph.D. Candidate, University of Guelph, Department of Physics Doors Open: 8:00 PM Lecture: 8:30 to 9:15 PM All ages welcome! Gifts for Kids. Prizes. Take your Picture with Curiosity. Snacks and Beverages Provided.

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