New Headingley Club, 56 St Michael’s Rd, Leeds .
Leeds, England LS6 3BG

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‘Back to Creation’

In spring 2009, the start button for the biggest scientific experiment in the history of mankind will be pressed. Using the energy required to power Geneva, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will investigate many of the mysteries surrounding the smallest things in nature by recreating the conditions immediately after the Big Bang. It may also reveal secrets that the Universe has hidden since the early stages of its birth. Come along to explore the immense scale of the experiment, find out how the LHC works, and examine some of the big questions it will address.

Pete Edwards is an experienced science communicator who co-ordinates the outreach programme of the Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics at Durham University. His previous research interests included gamma ray astronomy and astroparticle physics. He toured the UK in 2006 delivering the Institute of Physics Schools’ Lecture ‘Gravity, Gas and Stardust’ and provides regular talks for the Science Events for Schools Programme of the Royal Institution.

All welcome. Admission £2

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Added by Tim Waters on January 26, 2009