Dark Matter with Lawrence Krauss
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Origins Project Lecture: Dark Matters with Lawrence Krauss

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ASU faculty, staff, students: FREE
Public: online viewing only
Wednesday, November 1, 2017 - 5:30pm
Lawrence Krauss

ASU Community, join us for a discussion of the mysteries of dark matter!

This event will be live-streamed for the public at https://asunow.asu.edu/asulive. 

This ASU-exclusive lecture is open to faculty, staff, and students only. Please reserve your seat and present your ASU Sun Card at the door. Event times are in MST.

In honor of Dark Matter Day, we invite ASU faculty, staff, and students to join Origins Project director Lawrence Krauss for an evening of intrigue and science. He’ll be discussing the issue of dark matter—its history and discovery, how it is detected, and all the exciting possibilities and implications as scientists discover more about this mysterious matter.

The lecture will be followed by a reception at 6:30 pm with dark and delicious treats. Reserve your space at our Eventbrite page, or watch the live-stream!


About Lawrence Krauss

Lawrence Krauss is the director of the Origins Project and Foundation Professor at ASU’s School of Earth & Space Exploration and Physics Department. He is an internationally-known theoretical physicist with wide research interests, including the interface between elementary particle physics and cosmology, focusing on the origin and evolution of the universe and the fundamental structure of matter. He has written over 300 scientific publications and 10 popular books. His latest book, The Greatest Story Ever Told—So Far, was released in March 2017. He writes regularly for magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times and the New Yorker, frequently appears on radio and television, and—most recently—in several feature films. Among his numerous awards are the highest from all three US physics societies and the 2012 Public Service Award from the National Science Board.

All performances, dates, and times are subject to change without notice.