Over a sip of some sort and in an atmosphere where no science background is needed, peer inside the neutron's mysteries with a Virginia Union University scientist exploring tiny things in big equipment at The Jefferson Lab.
A dynamic particle physics program exists in Hampton Roads and Dr. Kalantarians is our passport in. He’ll talk about recent and planned studies exploring the neutron, why the research matters, and why’s he’s passionate about particles.
No Registration Required - Room for 80 curious minds -
March 27, 2017
1621 West Broad Street Richmond, VA 23220 (map)
5:45 p.m. Doors Open -- arrive when you wish & enjoy a beer and/or a bite
7:00 p.m. Program Starts
8:00 p.m. Program Concludes
If you're flying solo and keen to meet other curious minds, let us know when you arrive and we'll point you toward a community table. In the meantime, use #SciPubRVA to get social with us on Twitter and Instagram.
Carpooling is always a great idea. Street parking is available in the neighborhood and, and per the venue, you can park without hassle or expense in the Lowes' lot across the street. Better still, click here to plan your GRTC bus trip.
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Richmond, VA 2320
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