Monday, 24 December 2012 11:33

Liverpool Scibar - 45 Years of String Theory

To start 2013, Liverpool SciBar and Liverpool Cafe Scientifique join forces to bring you a talk on "45 Years of String Theory" by Dr Radu Tatar of the University of Liverpool.

String theory considers that elementary particles are manifestations of a more fundamental layer of nature described by tiny one dimensional strings. The theory was born in 1968 as an attempt to describe the strong force, but then miraculously unified gravity with the other three forces in nature. In his talk, Dr Tatar will outline some of the achievements obtained in String Theory during the first 45 years of existence.

Come along on Tuesday 8th January at 7:30pm to the Hope Street Hotel and find out more. As always the audience will be welcome to give their own opinions and ask questions. Remember there's no such thing as a silly question at SciBar! 

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