Arttu Rajantie, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Imperial College London

and

Henrique Araujo, Professor of Experimental Astroparticle Physics, Imperial College London

We have known for decades that most of the mass of the universe comes in the form of an elusive substance we call dark matter.  

What is currently known about this mysterious substance and how are we searching for its composition including detectors deep underground?

In the zoo of known particles the Higgs boson may well play a part.

FREE School group and student lecture places

As part of our mission to share a passion for knowledge, we have an allocation of tickets for school groups, school students and A level students to attend this public lecture FREE.

If you are a school teacher, you can book a FREE ‘School group’ ticket to bring your students to this event.

You’ll be asked to provide your school details and the total number in your group so that we can allocate these tickets.

School and A level students are also very welcome to attend, to book you just have to follow the same instructions as ‘School group’ tickets.

Please email our Administrator here if you need any help with this offer.

Post event supper

After the talk, you are welcome to join other Friends and their guests at a local restaurant to continue the discussion. You can book supper places below.

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Public

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Member of Friends

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Member's guest

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Imperial staff

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Students

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School groups

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Extras

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Post-event supper, set menu, pay £35 on the night

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