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About this event

When
1 Mar 2013
Where
Bensheim, Hessen, Germany
Registration deadline
Feb 20, 2013
Organiser
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Germany
Contact address
Bilal Aslam
Germany
Tel
(+49) 157 79 63 56 72
Fax
(+49) 6251 78 01 81
E-mail
baslam.khan@gmail.com…

Lecture/talk

Tracing the triumphant discovery of the "Higgs boson"

2012 witnessed the incredible discovery of the Higgs boson. In recognition of this historic milestone, the co-founder of Higgs theory, Professor Tom Kibble of Imperial College London, and other renowned scientists have been invited to a lecture and exhibition evening organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Participants will be able to hear a discussion encompassing the importance of Higgs particles for mankind and view a related exhibition.

The lecture, "Tracing the triumphant discovery of Higgs particle", is scheduled for 18.00 on Friday 1 March 2013. The venue is Bashir Mosque, Bensheim, Germany.

Renowned Dr Mansoora Shamim will also speak about this incredible subatomic particle.

Early registration up to 20 February 2013 will help facilitate arrangements.

Further dissemination of details about the event would be much appreciated.

For any queries please feel free to contact Bilal Aslam (baslam.khan@gmail.com).