Lunch with Astronomers this Friday
UC has been world leaders in astronomy research since 1988. And today, UC is a managing partner of the two largest optical telescopes in the world, housed at the Keck Observatory in Hawaii.
This Friday, December 4, you can learn about the 100-year history of UC’s observatories, the discoveries made by UC astronomers and the plans for the next-generation Thirty-Meter Telescope as Dr. Michael Bolte, Director, University of California Observatories and Henry Bachmann, Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics, talk at a UCOP Brown Bag lunch.
This talk is brought to you by The Office of Research and Graduate Studies.
Find out about this event and more in UCOP’s Event Calendar.