University of Basel "Saturday Morning Physics 2013"

Zurich Instruments supports university schools initiative

Are you interested in learning more about modern physics? How can magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) be measured on the nanometer scale? What is the Higgs boson? Was it found? This and much more you can find out at "Saturday Morning Physics 2013". Taking place on two separate Saturdays, the event is aimed at students of secondary schools (over 14) and is open to all. Those who participate in both Saturdays will get a "Saturday Morning Physics" diploma and be able to take part in a competition to win T-shirts and, as the first prize, an iPad.

Further details at Saturday Morning Physics 2013 (in German).

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