Scientists believe that the Universe was created with an equal amount of matter and antimatter; today however it is dominated by matter. So where did all the antimatter go? And why is this relevant for us?
The lecture will show the latest results from the Large Hadron Collider and will discuss the relation between antimatter studies and experiments observing beauty and strange quarks.
Tea and coffee will be provided from 7 pm in the Tea Room of the Poynting building Lecture starts at 7:30pm Tickets for the Christmas lecture can be obtained on line, free of charge.