"HOW THINGS WORK" LECTURE AT THE JEFFERSON LAB TODAY
Louis Bloomfield, professor of physics at the University of Virginia , will examine "How Things Work" as the last event in Jefferson Lab's spring 2006 Science Series on Tuesday, March 21.
In a lecture beginning at 7 p.m., he will point out how physics and science is part of everyday life. He will present common objects and explain their principles of operation, histories and relationships to one another.
The program will in Jefferson Lab's CEBAF Center auditorium at 12,000 Jefferson Ave. in Newport News. The program will last about one hour and is free and open to anyone interested in learning more about science. A question and answer period will be held at the end.
For security purposes, one entry gate-the main entrance at Onnes Drive-will be used and any visitor older than 16 is asked to carry a photo ID. For more information and directions, visit http://education.jlab.org/scienceseries/currentseries.html, or call 269-5102.
This article was posted on: March 10, 2006
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