Science in 15 Minutes - "Water: Searching for Our Origins in Space"

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Event Information

Date & Time
March 24, 2011 - 5:30pm to 5:45pm
1180 Duderstadt Center, Videoconference Suite
LSA Winter 2011 Water Theme Semester
Event Type

Want to learn more about the science of water's origins AND participate in the Winter Theme Semester in only 15 minutes?

Please join us for this free 15-minute lecture, "Water:  Searching for Our Origins in Space," part of the Shapiro Science Library lecture series "Science in 15 Minutes."  This talk will be presented by Dr. Edwin (Ted) Bergin, Associate Professor of Astronomy and Undergraduate Chair of the department.  Have the chance to talk one-on-one with a UM expert on finding water in space!

This event will take place March 24, 5:30pm, in room 1180 at the Duderstadt Center on North Campus [click here for directions and a floor plan (room 1180 is the Videoconference Suite, number 14 on the plan)].

Abstract:  Water is key for life on our planet but where did it come from? In this talk I will discuss the astronomical search for water as we seek to track water throughout the stages of star and planet birth.

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Shapiro Science Library
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