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A Deeper Understanding of the Universe From 2km Underground – Public Lecture Trailer

In his April 13 public lecture at Perimeter Institute, Nobel Laureate Art McDonald will explain how researchers created an ultra-clean underground lab to obtain otherwise-impossible measurements to study fundamental physics, astrophysics, and cosmology. Tune in to the live webcast on Wednesday April 13 at 7pm EDT: http://ow.ly/Y8u5l

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