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Dr Marina Petri: Exotic Nuclei - On the Edge of Existence

Dr Marina Petri: Exotic Nuclei - On the Edge of Existence

Dr Marina Petri: Exotic Nuclei - On the Edge of ExistenceDr Marina Petri

Thursday 24 May 2018, 7pm, St Peter's School

In the laboratory, physicists can create atomic nuclei which we haven't otherwise observed in nature, challenging our understanding of the fundamental fabric of the universe. Dr Petri discusses her work in one of the most exciting fields of experimental Physics.

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Dr Marina Petri is a nuclear physicist who was born in Greece but built her research career across Greece, the UK, the USA and Germany before returning to the UK in 2016 to take up a Royal Society University Research Fellowship at the University of York.

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