The world's leaders in high energy physics are meeting in Melbourne to unveil the latest results in particle physics. Where is the Higgs boson? Is supersymmetry dead? Do we need an even Larger Hadron Collider? What is dark energy and the new cosmology?
In this special Physics July Lecture, a panel of theoretical and experimental physicists will discuss the most recent developments at the LHC and what it means for "future physics".
We hope you can join us for this very special event.
The July Lectures in Physics are a series of lectures aimed at giving an insight into fundamental questions in physics.
|Building:||The Spot Building|
|Address:||198 Berkeley Street|
Next Free Public Lecture:
22 May 2013