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What is the coldest place in the Universe? Is it somewhere in deep space, in a Galaxy far away? Could it be in Neptune, 4.5 billion km away from the sun? Could it be in our own moon, in a crater so deep that light can never reach?
Or is it in physics labs, right here, on planet Earth? One of them is actually in a walking distance from the venue of our Christmas evening lecture! Find out about exotic phenomena like super conductivity and super fluidity, discuss Nobel Prize 2016 and participate in a lecture on the coolest topic ever… literally. Join Dr. Andrew Casey, Royal Holloway Physicist, as he explains the amazing, large-scale quantum phenomena that take place in very low temperatures, on the 8th of December.
If you would like to book a school group up to this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is there an age limit for the lecture?
No, the lecture is open to everyone. It is, however, primarily aimed at a GCSE/A-Level audience with an interest in science.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Information on how to get to our Egham campus can be found here.
Parking is available on campus, please use Car Park 12. A map of the campus can be found here.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any questions, please get in touch either via email:
Or by calling:
01784 27 6465
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, a registration will be taken at the door, there is no need to bring your ticket.