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Supernovae and the Discovery of Dark Energy
Organised By IoP West Midlands Branch (Keele Centre)
Tags #Supernovae #DarkEnergy #Keele #WestMidsBranch #WestMidlands #IOPBranch
November 7, 2019
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This unexpected result was awarded the Nobel Prize for physics in 2011 and was based on careful measurements of Type Ia supernovae
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LJ1.75, Lennard Jones Laboratories, Keele University, ST5 5BG
Link: Supernovae and the Discovery of Dark Energy

Gravitational wave astronomy reveals fatal end of a wild cosmic dance
Organised By IOP London and Southeast Branch
Tags #Astronomy-and-space #Gravity #LondonAndSouthEastBranch #IOPBranchEvents #public #lecture #waves #London-and-South-East #Milton-Keynes
November 12, 2019
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Speaker: Dr Ulrich Kolb, The Open University Abstract: Since the Nobel prize winning first detection of gravitational waves emitted by merging black holes in 2015, the list of confirmed gravitational wave events from compact binary mergers has been growing steadily
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Berrill Lecture Theatre
Open University
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes
MK7 6AA
Link: Gravitational wave astronomy reveals fatal end of a wild cosmic dance

Not Making Atoms any Smaller
Organised By IOP South West Branch
Tags #BigData #Salisbury #SouthWestBranch #SouthWest #IOPBranchEvents
November 19, 2019
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The following century saw fundamental changes in our physical understanding and its use in electronics but a major change occurred in 1947 when the first point contact transistor appeared and the inventors were awarded the Nobel Prize
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19, The Close
Salisbury
SP1 2EE
Link: Not Making Atoms any Smaller

The Astbury Conversation 2020: Seeing into Cells
Organised By The University of Leeds
Tags #biology #structuralbiology #public #lecture #molecularbiology #Leeds
March 23, 2020
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We are once again delighted to be welcoming a Nobel Prize winner as our keynote speaker
 Richard Henderson, CH, FRS, FMedSci, HonFRSC became a Nobel Laureate in 2017, joining our past speakers Brian Kobilka (2018) and Michael Levitt FRS (2016)
This event will consist of; • An academic symposium to include prestigious talks, selected presentations and poster sessions • A public lecture Zooming in on the molecules of life given by Nobel Prize winner Richard Henderson, CH, FRS, FMedSci, HonFRSC • A public engagement event, showcasing some of the University’s research, followed by a wine reception   For more information and to register your attendance, please see the event webpage here
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University of Leeds
LEEDS
West Yorkshire
United Kingdom
LS2 9JT
Link: The Astbury Conversation 2020: Seeing into Cells

Digital light shaping: from light driven micro-robotics to seeing through scattering
Organised By IOP Scotland
Tags #Lasers #Renishaw #HeriotWattUniversity #Edinburgh #Scotland #IOPBranchEvents #IOPScotland
March 24, 2020
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This technique is called 'Optical tweezers’, and its inventor, Arthur Ashkin, shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2018 for his discovery
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Royal Society of Edinburgh
22-26 George Street
Edinburgh
Scotland
United Kingdom
EH2 2PQ
Link: Digital light shaping: from light driven micro-robotics to seeing through scattering