Are we alone in the Universe? - a scientist wonders
About the speaker:
Senior Scientist (Retd)
Department of Atomic Energy
He has served 37 years as a scientist at the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE). He received the Group Achievement Award 2012 from the DAE for Excellence in Science, Engineering and Technology. He has played the role of a quizmaster in several forums and organised science exhibitions. He has a passion for teaching and has given numerous talks in schools, colleges and other institutions to popularise science.
Are we alone in the Universe?
A talk by Srinivasan
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It is an ancient question that has been asked by mankind ever since we could look up at the sky and imagine the vastness of space. Our universe is immense. Our solar system occupies a very small place in our galaxy Milky Way. Galaxies have billions of stars. Billions of galaxies exist in the Universe. Is there life elsewhere? Are they technologically more advanced? Will they annihilate us? Will they be our friends?
Who can attend?
Anyone who is interested! This is a child-friendly event and children will get the first preference in seating and during the Q&A session.
This is a talk.
Not a workshop.
No experiments will be done.
Only a lecture will be delivered.
Q&A session will be at the end.
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