This insightful event features talks by three scientists about three different astronomical topics with one theme tying them together - the fact that they are all studying what is effectively invisible.
After giving a short primer talk on each of their topics (including the hunt for dark matter, the detection of gravitational waves and using light our eyes can't detect to study galaxies), the panel will assemble to discuss how you can make the invisible, visible and what the challenges and rewards are in doing this. All in all there is definitely more to this event than meets the eye!
Speakers: Dr. Tessa Baker (University of Oxford), Joanna Ramasawmy (University of Hertfordshire), Prof. Jocelyn Monroe (Royal Holloway)
This event kicks off our 'Universe Unseen' series of programmes running from April to September 2018.
Image: Shell Galaxies © Marco Lorenzi