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Words of Wonder: Perimeter Institute Public Lecture Series, 2013/14 Highlights

The latest season of the Perimeter Institute Public Lecture Series featured talks by renowned speakers from around the world, on topics from black holes to cave exploration to music. Watch the full lectures online: http://perimeterinstitute.ca/video-library?qt-videos=1#qt-videos

Speakers (in order of appearance):
Dr. Gianfranco Bertone, University of Amsterdam
Kate Lunau, Maclean’s Magazine
Dr. Raymond Laflamme, Institute for Quantum Computing & Perimeter Institute
Dr. Avery Broderick, Perimeter Institute
Dr. Robbert Dijkgraaf, Institute for Advanced Study
Dr. Penelope Boston, National Cave and Karst Research Institute
Dr. Edward Moses, National Ignition Facility
Dr. James Grime, University of Cambridge
Dr. S. James Gates Jr., University of Maryland
Jacob Barnett, Perimeter Scholars International student

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Learn about the series and upcoming talks: http://perimeterinstitute.ca/outreach/general-public/public-lecture-series

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