Tomorrow, Friday 25th November at 18.30, will take place the public lecture “Listening to dark matter”, in which the mystery of dark matter will be approached from the perspective of Physics and Art. The rendezvous is at the lecture theatre of the Museo de la Ciencia y el Cosmos, La Laguna (Tenerife).
Rebecca Collins, of the University of Edinburgh and the Instituto de Física Teórica (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), and David G. Cerdeño of the Instituto de Física Teórica (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), will give this public lecture on the occasion of the XXXIII Canary Islands Winter School - Overlaps at the Frontiers of Astrophysics, Cosmology and Particle Physics.
Only in Spanish.
More information at Museos de Tenerife (in Spanish)
Escuchando la materia oscura (Listening to dark matter)
Winter School press release and images
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Our group works on theoretical astroparticle physics and our goal is to expand our understanding of the fundamental laws of Nature by exploiting the synergies between astrophysical observations and laboratory experiments. Different lines we are currently working on are: Indirect searches of dark matter: New light exotic particles coupled very
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