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Tomorrow, 6 pm at Belgian Beer Cafe: How do binary stars interact to create lithium? Monash Physics and Astronomy Dr Andy Casey will discuss what we know about these puzzling, lithium-rich giant stars at Fresh Science in the pub - Victoria 2018. http://bit.ly/2JJx1jL #Freschsci
In Cosmos Magazine : Twice the mass of Jupiter and it orbits 39 billion kilometres from its host planet - Monash astrophysicists have made a world-first discovery of a newly formed planet. http://bit.ly/2LYBJqp
6.30 pm, 26 Jun, S1 Lecture Theatre: The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the most powerful particle accelerator on the planet, designed to push the laws of nature to their very limits. As the scene of discovery of the Higgs boson and the birthplace of the World Wide Web, what is the LHC and what other discoveries have been made? Don't miss this free talk by Monash Physics and Astronomy Associate Professor Peter Skands, a former CERN staff, who will be discussing this interesting topic.
Know a mate who wants to study with us this year? We're taking applications for our expert Masters by coursework, honours and undergraduate courses for a July 2018 Semester Two entry! Find out more via https://www.monash.edu/science/future-students/undergraduate-study-options/mid-year-entry #ChooseMonashScience
#Watch and #listen on TEDxFulbright : What does the first song of the #cosmos sound like? Monash Centre for Astrophysics - Monash University and the Ozgrav Visiting Research Fellow Sylvia Biscoveanu shows us with her violin the cosmic hum of #gravitationalwaves. https://youtu.be/C4Efo0v4Nco #astrophysics 🎻🎵🎶
How do binary stars interact to create lithium? Dr Andy Casey will discuss what we know about these puzzling, lithi… https://t.co/Wo0f2SjyXX
In @CosmosMagazine: Twice the mass of Jupiter and it orbits 39 billion kilometres from its host planet - Monash ast… https://t.co/kFGTJACr5K
Enhancing Australia's future capabilities in subsurface management: Congratulations to Dr Laurent Ailleres who has… https://t.co/8Wxg7yp2zV
26 Jun, 6.30 pm, S1 Lecture Theatre: It's where the Higgs boson was discovered but what is the Large Hadron Collide… https://t.co/sCQVrbWBO2
RT @MonashTS: Earlier this week at the @FLEETCentre Launch 🚀🔬#TechSchools @MonashUni https://t.co/acnMD0qcgJ
There's no need to wait till next year to begin your @Monash_Science course! We're taking applications for our expe… https://t.co/6kxOXjBpV3
#Watch and listen on @TedxFulbright: What does the first song of the #cosmos sound like? @MonashAstro and @OzGrav V… https://t.co/4mbl9mqiR1