There will be a FREE physics lecture at 6:00 PM, Thursday, August 30, in Paepcke Auditorium: “String Theory in Aspen” with John Schwarz, California Institute of Technology. No tickets necessary. “String theory” is the name of the main approach being pursued by theoretical physicists who are striving to construct a theory unifying elementary particles and fundamental forces. The goal is to explain and predict phenomena at all distances, ranging from sub-nuclear to the entire universe. During the 40 years of its development, string theory has been a major theme at the Aspen Center for Physics. This lecture will survey the theory and the role that the Physics Center has played. This is the last public lecture of our 50th Anniversary. Please see www.aspenphys.org or call 925-2585 for additional information.
Free Physics Lecture, “String Theory in Aspen”
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