Reception at Canada House Exhibition on Nobel Prize Winning Discovery

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Canada House

London

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The University of Oxford Department of Physics and Oxford10 are inviting their members to a reception at Canada House, London, on July 14th, 18:00-20:30.

The event will be hosted by Prof John Wheater (Head of Physics) and Profs Ian Shipsey (Head of Particle Physics), David Wark (who contributed to the discovery of neutrino oscillations for which the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2015 was awarded), Daniela Bortoletto and Neville Harnew (senior members of the department), together with the High Commission of Canada in the UK.

The theme of the evening will be centred on the major Neutrinos Exhibition being held in Canada House, and will include short talks, drinks and canapés reception and a visit to the exhibition.

This is a fantastic and unique opportunity, and we look forward to seeing you there. Places are limited, and bookings are on a first come, first served basis, so do not delay in registering. The event is free. Dress code: Business attire.

All Oxford10 alumni, regardless of thier academic background, are very welcome. Please register only if you are certain that you are able to attend by Saturday 9th July.

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Oxford10 is the official young alumni community of the University of Oxford. We bring recent alumni together to share experiences, expertise and good times during the first 10 years of their career

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