Reminder: Tonight, teachers CHAT with quantum physicists, 8pm

Searching for Schrödinger’s cat? Getting tangled in entanglement? Uncertain about Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle (or maybe not)?

Join tonight’s discussion for teachers and physicists between 8-9pm to question the weirdness of the quantum world:

GO TO CHAT ❯

Whether you’ve got ten minutes or the whole hour free, pop in for a chat with the researchers online, including:

Log in to the CHAT using your existing I’m a Scientist account or a social media account. Invite your colleagues interested in physics to join you:

GO TO CHAT ❯

ASK Section: Get answers to your questions any time

Q: What do you see as the potential real world uses of quantum computing? What difference would it make to students’ lives, for example?

Can’t make this week’s CHAT? Use the ASK section at times that suit you to post questions to scientists.

Great for refreshing your science knowledge, especially if you’re teaching out of specialism.

ASK A SCIENTIST MY QUESTION ❯

Free resources: CHAT transcripts for other science topics

Posted on January 14, 2020 by modantony in News. Comments Off on Reminder: Tonight, teachers CHAT with quantum physicists, 8pm