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Charles Clark Gives Two Public Lectures

Credit: Western Washington University

Credit: Western Washington University

JQI Fellow and Co-Director Charles Clark recently gave a public lecture titled “Photon, Atom and Neutron: How Quantum Mechanics cracked the Nuclear Code" at the National University of Singapore. While attending the Annual AAAS Meeting, he gave a lecture titled “The Other World as Seen by Animals.” This talk is part of the Western Washington University Physics Department’s “Leaders in Their Field” series. Information on this lecture can be found at http://www.wwu.edu/physics/animalvision.pdf.

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