Physicist Daniel Agterberg
Making science exciting for 40 years!
UWM's Friday evenings got spicier with these incredible performances that entertains the audience by see science in everyday life. These one-hour long shows are free and open to the public! The shows begin at 8 p.m. every Friday with one Sunday matinee showing 2 p.m. Presentations are held in the Physics Building in Room 137!
The topics change every month, and for the month of February, the UWM Science Bag features Physicist Daniel Agterberg talking about "Today's Gadget & Tomorrow's Energy: John Bardeen's Nobel Prizes"
John Bardeen won 2 Nobel prizes in physics: 1) the invention of the transistor, which led to modern day electronics; and 2) explanation of superconductivity, which are posed as an essential tool for the energy industry. Professor Agterberg will unravel the underlying ideas that lead to Bardeen's remarkable discoveries!
It is a great UWM event for all people to attend and to enjoy science in everyday life!
The showings for this event are the following:
Fridays: February 15 and 22 at 8 p.m.
For more information visit http://www4.uwm.edu/letsci/sciencebag/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.