What Does it Take to Make a Universe? by Dr Harry Cliff

What’s it about?

What is matter really made of? How did the stuff around us escape annihilation in the extreme
heat of the Big Bang? And will we ever be able to understand the very first moments of our universe?
Using data from the Large Hadron Collider, a neutrino detector in Italy and a gravitational wave detector in Louisiana, Dr. Harry Cliff will tell us about the fundamental ingredients of matter and its origins.
Harry, a particle physicist at the University of Cambridge works with a large international team of scientists and engineers searching for answers to the biggest questions in modern physics.
Copies of Harry’s book – “How to Make an Apple Pie from Scratch” – will be for sale and signing
after the talk. Book sales direct from Harry

When and Where?

Steyning Methodist Church
£10.00; £8.00 under-18s

A STEYNING FESTIVAL talk kindly sponsored by GWCA Solicitors.