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Talking Science at Daresbury Laboratory

Daresbury Talking Science 2017-18

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Did you know that Daresbury Laboratory hosts a monthly series of inspiring public lectures?

Come along and join us in finding out more about some of the amazing science and research that is currently happening in the world around us from the Big Bang to Dinosaurs and beyond!

Talking Science lectures are FREE but reservations must be made prior to the event. 

In the event that you have booked but are unable to attend a lecture or do not require your full allocation of tickets, please cancel your tickets on Eventbrite as follows:

  1. Log into your Eventbrite account
  2. Click on the ticket you no longer require
  3. Click ‘Cancel Order’ and confirm
Please note: if a lecture is shown as fully booked, Eventbrite can place you on the reserve list, if tickets become available you will receive a notification by email.
 

BOOKINGS OPEN 18 MAY 2018
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29 June 2018, 7.00pm – audience 10+

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Particle Accelerators don’t build themselves!

Paul Aden, Thomas Jones, Ryan Cash and Niklas Templeton
STFC (Science and Technology Facilities Council)

Engineers at Daresbury Laboratory have been designing and constructing particle accelerators for over 50 years! These machines further our understanding of the universe, and improve the world we live in. Using demonstrations this talk describes some of the engineering challenges involved in the design, construction and operation of these large Science Facilities. The team will discuss how Daresbury is contributing to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the European Spallation Source in Sweden, our own accelerator projects on the Sci-Tech Daresbury Campus and will show you how accelerator technology applications impacts on your life.

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