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Science on Screen: Particle Fever

When: Mon., March 23, 7 p.m. 2015

Physicists from all over the world in search of the theoretical Higgs-Bosun particle gathered together in Switzerland to recreate conditions immediately after the Big Bang, allowing us to move closer to an understanding of the origin of matter. Physicist-turned-filmmaker Mark Levinson was there with his cameras and he found a way of approaching the experiment as an epic adventure story. “The film is a tribute to the creativity and curiosity that drive scientific research.” — New York Times. (2K DCP presentation)

Director Mark Levinson is scheduled to be present and take part in a post-film panel discussion with IU scientists involved in the CERN project.

Price: free

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