Science in Oxfordshire

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This event will be a one-day conference on the 24th February 2018 on Physics Controversies Past and Present. Over the centuries the progress of physics has been marked by theoretical hypothesis investigated by experimental verification or falsification, or by experimental discovery seeking a theoretical explanation. In both circumstances, controversies have often raged before a generally accepted view is adopted. This conference will look at some famous examples starting with the observations and theory of Copernicus challenging the centuries-old theological explanation of the heavens right up to one of the most recent,  the claim by a major experimental group to have observed neutrinos travelling faster than the speed of light in apparently direct contradiction of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity.

Registration and attendance at the conference are FREE.

Details of the conference and how to register are at: