An internationally renowned particle physicist, Professor John Ellis, a Clerk Maxwell professor at Kings College London, addressed an audience of nearly 200 last week at a University of Portsmouth public lecture about the Large Hadron Collider. He explained the importance the LHC has to the wider physics community and described how discoveries in physics are relevant to the wider community.
Here is some of excellent feedback we have received from members of the audience;
"I loved it, he was so clear and funny..."
"I found it thoroughly absorbing - thank you!"
"Very stimulating and enjoyable. Thank you."