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Pushing the limits of Physics

16 May Doors 7PM - Event 7:30-9:30PM
Brutopia 1219 Rue Crescent,
Montreal H3G 2B1
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Come have a beer while exploring the infinitely small and the immensity of galaxies! Our fascinating speakers from the McGill Physics department will reveal to you the deepest secrets of the atoms and galaxies surrounding us.

Small is Bigger

Professor Peter Grutter (Professor - Physics department at McGill University)
We are presently living at the dawn of a new age. The societal impact of the Nanotechnology Age is expected to be larger than that of all of life sciences and IT in the past 50 years! Nanotechnology allows us to image, measure and control matter at the nanometer (i.e. atomic) length scale. Small is different – I will describe how these nano abilities allow us to create structures with amazing properties, leading to huge opportunities as well as challenges in material science, medicine and information technology. 

Witnessing the Formation and Evolution of Galaxies

Professor Tracy Webb (Professor - Department of Physics / McGill Space Institute)
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