What remains to be discovered?
In dialog with Stefano Mersi, applied physicist at CERN, Geneva.
The curiosity of the public’s opinion has been focused around the discovery of the Higgs boson. But what do we still not know about the Universe? Stefano Mersi, applied researcher at CERN in Geneva, will take us through discoveries in fundamental physics from the end of the year 800 to the present day, showing us how many mysteries of the Universe were ‘discovered’ and what still remains to be discovered. A journey through great discoveries and unanswered questions of physics, from dark matter to the mass of neutrinos passing through gravitational waves. A path to understanding how these models shed light on the evolution of the Universe: from the "big bang" to the death of Planet Earth which awaits us ... over several billion.
A series of conferences and debates which expand upon the various themes explored in the inaugural exhibition, The End of the World, from scientific, philosophical and literary perspectives: from very recent theories of physics to prehistory, from science fiction to ecology and sustainability.
Curated by Fabio Cavallucci
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