Watch Live Science Talks

December 15, 2016

Sally SeidelSigma Xi Distinguished Lecturers are sharing their research through online broadcasts. Watch the live events and ask questions during the broadcasts. Mark your calendar for this upcoming session.

What’s on the Front Lines of Discovery for Particle Physics?
January 10, 3:30–4:15 PM EST
Distinguished Lecturer Sally C. Seidel is a faculty member of the University of New Mexico’s Collider Physics Group, whose primary goal is an improved understanding of heavy quark bound states. These studies increase understanding of the strong force, one of the four fundamental forces of nature. The group’s work requires that they collect and analyze data at the Large Hadron Collider and other experimental facilities. 

For the link to watch this live broadcast, visit Recent broadcasts have covered nuclear power, sleep’s role in well-being, wetlands, and how math can be applied to predicting crime. For recordings of these broadcasts, 

Pictured above: Sally C. Seidel

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