The World Science Festival’s annual salon series offers in-depth conversations with leading scientists, extending the discussion of the Festival’s premiere public programs to graduate students, postdocs, faculty and well-informed members of the general public
This salon will look at how a sophisticated network of telescopes deployed in some of the most remote locations on Earth, from the South Pole to the Atacama desert, are providing ever more refined data to understand how the universe was created and how it will eventually evolve.
This program is part of “The Big, the Small, and the Complex,” a series made possible with support from the Kavli Prize.
Date & Time:
Friday, June 1, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
This event is supported by:
- The Kavli Foundation
- The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
- The Royal Norwegian Consulate General