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Nov 15, 2018 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

IGnite: Inspiring Generations through Research

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Add to Calendar 15-11-2018 19:00 15-11-2018 21:30 America/Toronto IGnite: Inspiring Generations through Research

This exciting new event series will showcase the breadth of research happening across the university to all audiences. Full details 

Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts - 390 King St., Kingston, ON McDonald Institute info@mcdonaldinstitute.ca DD/MM/YYYY aJpZteKcUzmrvhxzDmrM23513
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Queen’s University and The Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute would like to introduce IGnite: Inspiring Generations through Research. This exciting new event series will showcase the breadth of research happening across the university to all audiences. This open and accessible event promises to inspire people of all ages to experience first-hand the global impact of research done at Queen’s. The event will feature two celebrated Queen’s researchers: Astrophysicist Dr. Ken Clark will explore the mysteries of dark matter, highlighting his work at SNOLAB in Sudbury and Ice Cube in Antarctica, while Dr. Jacalyn Duffin will explore the history of medical miracles, including her role in the canonization of the first Canadian-born saint. In addition to the exciting talks, students and faculty will present experiment demonstrations, research posters, and photographs, providing lots of chances to meet and ask questions with the people behind the research. The audience of 250+ will encompass multiple generations from all walks of life: children, teenagers, young adults, parents, grandparents, and everyone in between. Due to the limited capacity, free registration is required to attend. Note: light refreshments will be served.
Queen’s University and The Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute would like to introduce IGnite: Inspiring Generations through Research. This exciting new event series will showcase the breadth of research happening across the university to all audiences. This open and accessible event promises to inspire people of all ages to experience first-hand the global impact of research done at Queen’s. The event will feature two celebrated Queen’s researchers: Astrophysicist Dr. Ken Clark will explore the mysteries of dark matter, highlighting his work at SNOLAB in Sudbury and Ice Cube in Antarctica, while Dr. Jacalyn Duffin will explore the history of medical miracles, including her role in the canonization of the first Canadian-born saint. In addition to the exciting talks, students and faculty will present experiment demonstrations, research posters, and photographs, providing lots of chances to meet and ask questions with the people behind the research. The audience of 250+ will encompass multiple generations from all walks of life: children, teenagers, young adults, parents, grandparents, and everyone in between. Due to the limited capacity, free registration is required to attend. Note: light refreshments will be served.

Queen’s University and The Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute would like to introduce IGnite: Inspiring Generations through Research.

This exciting new event series will showcase the breadth of research happening across the university to all audiences.

This open and accessible event promises to inspire people of all ages to experience first-hand the global impact of research done at Queen’s.

The event will feature two celebrated Queen’s researchers: Astrophysicist Dr. Ken Clark will explore the mysteries of dark matter, highlighting his work at SNOLAB in Sudbury and Ice Cube in Antarctica, while Dr. Jacalyn Duffin will explore the history of medical miracles, including her role in the canonization of the first Canadian-born saint.

In addition to the exciting talks, students and faculty will present experiment demonstrations, research posters, and photographs, providing lots of chances to meet and ask questions with the people behind the research.

The audience of 250+ will encompass multiple generations from all walks of life: children, teenagers, young adults, parents, grandparents, and everyone in between.

Due to the limited capacity, free registration is required to attend.

Note: light refreshments will be served.