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Saturday Morning Lectures to Explain ‘Physics for Everyone’

Albert Einstein Mural. Credit: Photo by Sidney Perry on UnsplashAre space and time intertwined? Is light a particle or a wave? What are the building blocks of the universe?

UT’s Department of Physics and Astronomy hopes to address some of these questions in Physics for Everyone, a fall public lecture series that debuts at 10 a.m. Saturday.

“We invite the public to come to campus to hear some of our faculty talk about the fundamental building blocks of the universe, weird and mysterious quantum world, and Einstein’s revolutionary ideas,” said Kranti Gunthoti, program director.

Read more about the series and view a schedule of the speakers.