Atoms, the universe and its mysteries up for discussion as Derek Kimball opens CSU Fullerton colloquium

  • October 14, 2013 12:00am

Physics department Chair Derek Kimball recently opened the fall colloquium series at CSU Fullerton, where the associate professor of physics collaborates with the Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Center.

In his Sept. 20 presentation, Kimball delved into unanswered questions posed by cosmology and described how his experiments with atoms are helping probe mysteries of the university.

Read more at the CSU Fullerton Web site.


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