Andrés Aragoneses takes advantage of the funniest scenes in the series to delve a little in science being studied today in research and technological applications, and increasingly present in our lives
In the hit TV show Big Bang Theory" young scientists talk about science and everyday life. In their conversations, bathed in humor, issues such as string theory, dark energy, the laser, the Big Bang, the speed of light, quantum physics or elementary particles are discussed.
But are their comments right? What is the meaning of their jokes?
Andrés Aragoneses will explain it on Tuesday July 1 at 19:00 pm at the Mobile World Centre of Barcelona. Free admission, limited seating.
Andrés Aragoneses: PhD in physics, lecturer at the UPC. Researches on laser dynamics. Organizes Seminar Disclosure Relativity (www.planetadavinci.com). He has a weekly science section in the municipal radio of Terrassa ( www.terrassadigical.cat ) about science and society through lectures at colleges and museums. He also teaches physics at Casa Golferichs.
Further information: Mobile World Centre
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