Why are these waves so important? The gist of it is that gravitational waves are produced by, and allow us to study, major space events many millions of years in the past. But don't take it from us. Instead join renowned astrophysicist Lawrence Krauss whose talk 'Space, Time, and Gravitational Waves' takes place on March 3. He's already written about the discovery in lucid, not mention lyrical, prose for The New York Times so our expectations are certainly high.
The first wave of tickets have already sold out, but runaway demand has seen the talk moved to the larger-capacity Conway Hall. Don't miss your chance to pick up the second round.
|What||Lawrence Krauss: Space, Time and Gravitational Waves, Conway Hall|
25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL | MAP
|Nearest tube||Holborn (underground)|
On 03 Mar 16, 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM
|Website||Click here to book via the how to: Academy website|