Massachusetts Institute of Technology / MIT Museum
Building N51 265 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139
Open Daily 10am – 5pm / Closed Major Holidays
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View demonstrations and listen to short talks by physicists who use spark chambers, photomultiplier tubes, and other devices to perform research on neutrinos and other subatomic particles.
Learn about neutrinos from Fermilab scientist Boris Kayser - from their weird behaviors to how important they are to our universe.
Meet researcher Laura Gladstone and learn about her work conducted at the South Pole!
Hear from graduate students working on Fermilab's MicroBooNE Experiment and learn about how liquid argon can be used for particle physics research as well as for making instantly frozen ice cream.
Free with museum admission. Demonstrations and talks provided by the Neutrino 2014 Conference.