University of Victoria Lansdowne lecture features astronomer

Decorated scholar to speak on creation of universe at UVic's Bob Wright Centre

The University of Victoria’s department of physics and astronomy hosts Durham (U.K.) University professor Carlos Frenk in the upcoming Lansdowne lecture, April 3. The lecture is entitled “Everything from Nothing, or How Our Universe Was Made.”

Frenk is a Fellow of the Royal Society of London and the recipient of the 2011 Gruber Cosmology Prize, a distinction sometimes referred to as “the Nobel Prize of Cosmology.”

The free talk happens at 7 p.m. in Room A104 in the Bob Wright Centre.

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