With the spectacular new images provided by the Event Horizon Telescope the first radio images of the event horizon of a black hole are now available, but what can we learn from these images? University of Manitoba Professor of Physics and Astronomy Chris O’Dea explains on CBC Radio’s Up To Speed with Ismaila Alfa: What...
Join Michelle Boyce for an evening exploring the latest research regarding dark matter. The event includes a reception, a viewing of the Planetarium show “Phantom of the Universe”, and a paired presentation/Q&A session with Michelle. The reception kicks off the evening at 7:00 PM Thursday March 21, 2019 at the Manitoba Museum Planetarium.
Physics and Astronomy Day 2019 will be held 9:00 AM- 3:00 PM on March 16. The full schedule is now available on our website. To get an idea of what the day will be like, you can also look at an archive of photos and activities from previous Physics and Astronomy Days.
Congratulations to Ruth Cameron and Danielle Pahud for winning Community Engagement Awards that recognize efforts bringing Physics and Astronomy beyond the borders of the University!
Contribute to the future success of our immensely talented students, and become a mentor. The Faculty of Science invites established professionals to participate in its inaugural Mentoring Program which will run January – May 2019. Help students gain experience and provide them with avenues for career and personal development. The program requires mentors and mentees to commit...