Spreading the Fever: Particle Fever filmmakers visit NSF
Join NSF for a discussion with David Kaplan and Monica Dunford, the respective producer and featured physicist of the documentary, Particle Fever, being released in theaters around the United States this month. High school science classes and undergraduate science majors (as well as anyone else with an interest in science, physicists, the universe we live in, or specifically the Higgs boson) are invited to join a discussion about the making of the movie, the stories behind the movie, the Higgs boson discovery, and other neat particle physics questions.
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