|Start Time:||9:00 am|
|End Time:||4:30 pm|
|Location:||Ontario Science Centre 770 Don Mills Rd, Telus Conference Room Toronto, Ontario|
“The most incomprehensible thing about the Universe is that it is comprehensible.”
— Albert Einstein
The nature of our universe is one of the great questions of our time. Today scientists are making progress in answering some of the biggest puzzles of our cosmos, such as: What is the origin of the universe and how did it evolve? How do its components, such as stars, black holes and galaxies, form and evolve? What are the laws that govern this evolution? This research has, in turn, revealed exciting new insights into fundamental physics and physical laws.
Join CIFAR and the Ontario Science Centre on May 17, 2017 for a symposium that will take you on a journey to unravel some of the greatest secrets of the universe. Moderated by Jay Ingram, the symposium features leading Canadian and international researchers in astronomy and cosmology. They will discuss major recent breakthroughs in understanding, and explore areas where research is pushing the boundaries to answer some of astronomy’s deepest questions.
This event is an affiliate event of Innovation 150, celebrating ideas, ingenuity and innovation for Canada’s 150th year.
Tickets: $15 | Students: Free with valid Student ID
Free parking before 9am
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Presentations by Fellows in CIFAR’s program in Cosmology & Gravity and other academic leaders in astronomy and cosmology.
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