SOURCE: The Kennedy Center
5th & K | Cullen Room | January 19, 2016 | 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
What could be more fundamental and wondrous than matter and light? Join University of Maryland chemistry professor John Fourkas for an uncommonly illuminating and substantial tour on the forefronts of light, matter and their interactions.
Along the way, you will catch glimpses of 3D-printed words smaller than biological cells, cathedrals perfectly sized for bacterial congregations, and ultrafast lasers that can snap telling portraits of molecules in action.
Now in its fourth year, DC Science Cafe is brought to you with support from DC Science Writers Association and encouragement from Busboys and Poets.
Free and open to the public.
For more info, contact Ivan Amato: DCScienceCafe@dcswa.org
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