Dr Gavin Hesketh from UCL identified that we are at a major turning point in Physics. His work and that of his colleagues at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN hasn’t found anything new since the discovery of the Higgs Boson in 2012 and as such both practical and theoretical physicists stand ready to find new physics, it’s just that nobody is sure what to expect!
Our Sixth Form students were able to ask questions and develop their understanding at another fantastic Bryanston Science Society lecture. Thank you Miss Horman for attending as supporting staff. The next lecture will be in the new year with the title of ‘Adventures in the outer solar system’.