Freaky Sundays - Future of quantum mechanics
This winter, you can either put on your skis and skates - or put on your thinking caps. McGill University is offering up a winter lecture series called Freaky Fridays. (Remember the Disney movie with the same name where mother and daughter trade places for a day?)
On Freaky Fridays at McGill, the university's scientists will examine the myths and realities of everything from genetics and love drugs to robots and dinosaurs. And you get a movie along with the lecture! (This week, it's Cronenberg's Existenz.)
We'll tag along with a series of interviews that we call - not surprisingly - Freaky Sundays. Bill Coish, assistant professor of physics at McGill, is first up in the series. He tackles the future of Quantum Mechanics. Not an easy ice breaker!