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Series A - Fall 2017

Series A  - New Frontiers in Science, Space, Light, and Matter.

Everything form molecules to Exoplanets.


Series A – $67/person, 5 lectures
Series A & B – $124/person, 10 lectures

New: Lectures may have available seats at $20.00. Call ahead for single availability.

Where and when:

All lectures start at 10am and are held at Crossroads United Church, 690 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd unless otherwise stated. See "Things You Should Know" section on homepage for other routine details.


15 Sep to 13 Oct 2017


Links to some of our speakers may be available here if  you wish to learn more.

Sept. 15:

Lt. Col. (retired) Phil Somers, OMM CD, Adjunct Assistant Professor Dept. Of Physics & Space Science, RMC. 

“My Space Experiences in the USAF, DND, NATO, and RMC”

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Sept. 22:

Dr. Paul Corkum, Professor at the University of Ottawa,Canadian Physicist specializing in attosecond physics and laser science. “Using a molecule to take a selfie”

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Sept. 29:

Professor Martin Duncan, Professor of Astronomy in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy at Queen’s University.
“Exoplanet: Extensive, Extraordinary and Exotic"

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Oct 6:

 Dr. Mark Chen, Engineering Physics & Astronomy Queen’s University, who works with Nobelist, Dr. Arthur MacDonald, Snow Project team member, “Renovating a Neutrino Detector 6,800 feet Underground”

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Oct. 13:

Lorne Keyes, Electrical Engineering, Queen’s University. “Telecommunications and Satellite Engineering”

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