San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Ninety-five percent of the universe is missing! Astronomical observations suggest that most of the matter in the universe is in a mysterious form called cold dark matter. After decades of effort, we may finally be on the verge of discovering the nature of cold dark matter using telescopes, particle accelerators, and instruments deep underground.
Want to learn more? Come to the Adler Planetarium for an evening of exploration and conversation with Dr. Edward "Rocky" Kolb of the University of Chicago. He'll be talking about the “coldest” stuff in the universe! It’s an Innovation Science Café co-presented by the Adler Planetarium and NOVA.
This event, an AAAS Associated Public Event, is free and open to the public.
NOTE: Please enter the Adler Planetarium at the South Entrance to the right (do not go up the stairs to the main entrance). We look forward to seeing you there!
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