Albert W. Johnson Research Lecture: Searching for Big Bang Matter in Dead Stars

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Professor Fridolin Weber has been honored as the 2017 Albert W. Johnson University Research Lecturer and Distinguished Professor of Physics.  This accolade honors Professor Weber’s leadership in the field of compact objects in astrophysics, and in particular the possibility of “quark stars.”


Professor Weber will give a lecture on Friday, April 7, 2017, from 3-5pm in Storm Hall West, room 11, with a reception to follow.


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