Category Archive: Expired Slide

Expecting the Unexpected – May 15th – An event for ages 8+ (Free but ticketed)

Have you ever wondered how a scientists mind works? How do they design their experiments? Find out as the ExPAND demo team show us how scientists think!

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/04/20/expecting-the-unexpected-may-16th-an-event-for-ages-8/

50+ Years of Pulsars – Tues April 17th, 7:00 P

Join us as Dr. Martin Sulkanen talks to us about the last 50+ years of pulsars from their discovery in 1967, to their contribution to observational astrophysics, the physics of extreme electric and magnetic fields, general relativity, the structure of our galaxy, and the search for exoplanets.

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/04/16/50-years-of-pulsars-tues-april-17th-700-p/

50+ Years of Pulsars – Tues April 17th, 7:00 PM

Join us as Dr. Martin Sulkanen talks to us about the last 50+ years of pulsars from their discovery in 1967, to their contribution to observational astrophysics, the physics of extreme electric and magnetic fields, general relativity, the structure of our galaxy, and the search for exoplanets.

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/04/12/50-years-of-pulsars-tues-april-17th-700-pm/

How to hack your life with science (An event for ages 13+) – Tues April 3rd,7:00 PM

At its core, science is just one way of learning about the world around us. Scientific thinking, and the scientific method can be applied in almost any situation to uncover truths. In this talk, we’ll explore topics such as troubleshooting home electronics, evaluating marketing claims, and how often you already use scientific thinking in your …

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Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/04/02/how-to-hack-your-life-with-science-an-event-for-ages-13-tues-april-3rd700-pm/

How to hack your life with science (An event for ages 13+) – Tues April 3rd,7:00 PM

At its core, science is just one way of learning about the world around us. Scientific thinking, and the scientific method can be applied in almost any situation to uncover truths. In this talk, we’ll explore topics such as troubleshooting home electronics, evaluating marketing claims, and how often you already use scientific thinking in your …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/03/24/how-to-hack-your-life-with-science-an-event-for-ages-13-tues-april-3rd700-pm-2/

Time And Relative Dimension In Space: Can We Build a Time Machine? – Tues 20th, 7:00 PM

Join us as Mr. Sushrut Ghonge explain to us how relativistic properties make space and time bend, causing time to go slower and lengths to contract when traveling very fast or approaching massive objects, and how these properties might theoretically be used to build a time machine.

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/03/19/time-and-relative-dimension-in-space-can-we-build-a-time-machine-tues-20th-700-pm/

Time And Relative Dimension In Space: Can We Build a Time Machine? – Tues 20th, 7:00 PM

Join us as Mr. Sushrut Ghonge explain to us how relativistic properties make space and time bend, causing time to go slower and lengths to contract when traveling very fast or approaching massive objects, and how these properties might theoretically be used to build a time machine.

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/03/14/time-and-relative-dimension-in-space-can-we-build-a-time-machine-tues-20th-700-pm-2/

What Goes Up Might Not Come Down! Gravity, Orbits and an Interstellar Visitor – Tues March 6th, 7:00 pm

Join us as Dr. Keith Davis takes us through a discussion of orbits, gravity, and the first asteroid discovered from outside our own planetary system.

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/03/05/what-goes-up-might-not-come-down-gravity-orbits-and-an-interstellar-visitor-tues-march-6th-700-pm-2/

What Goes Up Might Not Come Down! Gravity, Orbits and an Interstellar Visitor – Tues March 6th, 7:00 pm

Join us as Dr. Keith Davis takes us through a discussion of orbits, gravity, and the first asteroid discovered from outside our own planetary system.

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/02/26/what-goes-up-might-not-come-down-gravity-orbits-and-an-interstellar-visitor-tues-march-6th-700-pm/

The Next Decade in Astronomy – Tues Feb 20th, 7:00 PM

Join us as Dr. Jonathan Crass take us over the last decade of astronomy discoveries and we learn how quickly astronomy is moving forward and what are the big remaining questions for the next ten years and the tools that have been developed to help us answer them.

Permanent link to this article: https://universerevealed.nd.edu/2018/02/19/the-next-decade-in-astronomy-tues-feb-20th-700-pm-2/

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