Thursday, 27 October 2011

Superb Lecture

Dr Sandy Donnachie (University of Manchester) gave an excellent lecture on the Large Hadron Collider, covering such matters as the theories being investigated (not least the Higgs Boson), the construction of the LHC, and the results so far. Everything was very clear, even is the subject was, to quote one listener, 'mind-boggling'.

On a separate theme, Dr Donnachie finished by discussing the results from Cern that suggest neutrinos are moving faster than light.