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Roberto Emparan: "Hasta el infinito, y más allá! Agujeros negros, ondas gravitatorias, y los límites del Universo"

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By: Roberto Emparan

Title: “Hasta el infinito, y más allá! Agujeros negros, ondas gravitatorias, y los límites del Universo”

Context: "21a Setmana de la Cičncia, Dia de la Cičncia a les Escoles, "La Cičncia en primera persona""

Organizes: Departament d’Ensenyament - FCRI.

Place: Teatro Els Costals de Castellbisbal. Servei Educatiu Vallčs Occidental III. Centrode Recursos Pedagógicos VOCIII.

Date/Time: 16/11/2016 - 11:30

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Over a hundred lectures throughout Catalonia addressed to secondary school students are planned within the lecture series "Science in first person", 21st week of Science . These sessions are conducted by researchers who explain their work, both in its scientific as human side.

Talk addressed to school members, closed to general public.
 
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