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U-M Physics Department Saturday Morning Physics.
Mar. 11, 18, & 25. A popular series of talks, aimed at general audiences, by U-M scholars. Mar. 11: U-M physics demonstration lab technicians Nicholas Arnold, Conor Heaney, and Monika Wood lead a family-friendly demonstration on how energy changes its form in “Physics Goes BOOM: Energy in Action.” Mar. 18: U-M physics professor Bjoern Penning and artist Gina Gibson discuss their work at a dark matter detector located in a former South Dakota goldmine in “UN/EARTH: Science and Art from a Mile Underground.” Mar. 25: Student Presentations by U-M physics grad student Blake Hipsley and astronomy grad student Larissa Markwardt. 10:30-11:30 a.m., 170 & 182 Weiser Hall, 500 Church. Also via livestream at saturdaymorningphysics.org. Free. 764–4437.