The understanding of our universe from the largest to the smallest has progressed significantly in recent decades.
Large complex and expensive facilities have been essential in the pursuit of knowledge of the fundamental structure, constituents and forces in nature; and the demand to make observations, measurements and analyses has driven technological advancement.
Following a presentation on the facilities at the Large Hadron Collider and the Square Kilometer Array, Elisabetta Barberio will lead a panel discussion followed by audience questions.
This lecture is part of the July Lectures in Physics series which provides insights into fundamental questions in physics.
Next Free Public Lecture:
22 May 2013