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Dallas-Ft. Worth Uncommon Core: What Does Dark Matter Have to Do With the Big Bang Theory? - Cancelled

October 21, 2017: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Come learn about dark matter and how it relates to the Big Bang Theory at the Dallas-Fort Worth Uncommon Core 


Iron Cactus
1520 Main St.
Dallas, TX


$10/prospective (age 18 or less) or current students ($15 at door)
$12/alumni ($17 at door)
$15/non-alumni ($20 at door)


Heather Asaadi, '16, President, DFW Chicago Booth Alumni Club

Event Details

Dr. David Toback, LAB'87, SM'95, PhD'97, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Texas A&M University, will discuss dark matter and how it relates to the Big Bang Theory. This lecture on popular topics in physics will be approachable for science and non-science backgrounds, alike.

This is a chance to relive those days on the Quad when you couldn't wait to continue the discussion outside of class. If you like the Harper Lecture, you will love this. Alumni are encouraged to bring friends and family to catch a glimpse of what makes our community of thought and inquiry so compelling.

Speaker Profiles

Dr. David Toback (Speaker)
Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Texas A&M University


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