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Atomic Nuclei: how many, how big, how old?
Organised By University Of York - Binding Blocks team
Tags #Particle-and-nuclear #Nuclear-physics #Free #London
February 13, 2020
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Join Dr Arnau Huguet from the University of Surrey to go on a guided tour of the Elements, explore their nuclei and how they behave
Address
Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
London
UK
N1 9BU
Link: Atomic Nuclei: how many, how big, how old?

From the Big Bang to the Current Universe: the Visible Matter Around Us
Organised By University of York - Binding Blocks team
Tags #Nuclear-fusion #Nuclear-physics #Particle-and-nuclear #free #London #England
February 18, 2020
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Evening talk and exhibition late opening Atomic nuclei make up almost all of the visible matter surrounding us, spanning from the molecules of our very own DNA, to the Elements which make up stars and galaxies
Address
Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
London
UK
N1 9BU
Link: From the Big Bang to the Current Universe: the Visible Matter Around Us

Making a Star in the Lab
Organised By IoP West Midlands Branch (Keele Centre)
Tags #Stars #Laboratory #NuclearFusion #WestMidlands #WestMidsBranch #Keele #IOPBranch
March 12, 2020
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Alison Laird (University of York) Title: Making a Star in a Lab Abstract: We are all ‘stardust’ - almost all the Elements that make up the world around us, the oxygen we breathe, the iron in our blood, were 'cooked' in the hearts of stars before the Solar System formed
This talk will show how the tiny atomic nucleus has a huge influence on stars and galaxies, and how nuclear reactions drive the creation of the chemical Elements
Address
LJ1.75, Lennard Jones Laboratories, Keele University, ST5 5BG
Link: Making a Star in the Lab

The most dangerous experiments in Physics!
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch
Tags #Education-and-outreach #Everyday-science #History #Culture-history-and-society #Chemical-processes #Nuclear-physics #WestMidlands #WestMidsBranch #West-Midlands #Wolverhampton #IOP #Evening-Lecture #IOPBranchEvents
April 29, 2020
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Khechara - the outreach scientist who goes where nobody has gone before - will give an overview of some of the most dangerously mad experiments ever performed, and will actually proceed to bring some of them on stage, putting himself at risk against the Elements of nature, in a fight against electricity, radioactivity, gravity, chemistry, light and matter
Address
University of Wolverhampton
Wulfruna St, Room MA030
Wolverhampton
United kingdom
WV1 1LY
Link: The most dangerous experiments in Physics!

We are made of Star Stuff
Organised By IOP South West Branch
Tags #Astronomy #Salisbury #SouthWestBranch #SouthWest
September 15, 2020
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In this talk Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, the eminent astronomer, will describe how the Elements, especially those in our bodies, were created, some during the Big Bang and others much later in exploding stars
Address
Sarum College
19, The Close
Salisbury
SP1 2EE
Link: We are made of Star Stuff