Science cafes are a nation-wide grassroots movement that feature a casual meeting environment where plain language and inclusive conversation create a comfortable atmosphere for people with no science background to learn about ongoing scientific research. To learn more about this growing movement click here: http://www.sciencecafes.org/ The community is invited and encouraged to attend Science Cafe Norman and be a part of this fascinating community science discussion.
This month, Dr. Howard Baer, professor of physics at the University of Oklahoma, will be presenting his research related to the documentary Particle Fever. Particle Fever is a 2013 film tracking the first round of experiments at the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland. You do not have to have seen Particle Fever to attend this lecture.
Dr. Baer is a theoretical physicist at OU who studies elementary particles, including the standard model and weak scale supersymmetry.
Event Type(s): Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Age Group(s): Adult, Teens