The Analytis lab at Berkeley is capable of creating new materials and characterizing their thermodynamic and transport properties, particularly in the presence of high magnetic fields.The quantum mechanics of your phonewith James Analytis7 pm – Wednesday, April 5Restaurant Valparaiso1407 Solano Ave, Albany
What is quantum mechanics, and how does it make the technology we enjoy possible? Professor James Analytis will present a short introduction into how quantum mechanics has changed the way we live, and why it might do so again very soon.
Whether you want to change the world, change your community or change your life, you will find inspiration at Cal Day Saturday, April 22, 2017.UC Berkeley’s annual open house welcomes prospective students, current students, kids and families and the community to explore our picture-perfect campus and enjoy over 400 exciting events.
Tour museums, gardens and labs, hear fascinating talks, and more! For families and kids, pick up a Science at Cal Passport to Science to discover more than 50 hands-on science events around campus.
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For more information about upcoming lectures and other events, please visit the Science@Cal Website.Thanks for your continued interest in science! Please feel free to share this with friends. Our events are always free and open to the public.Programs are subject to change without notice.