Upcoming events presented by UCLA Physical Sciences


MoonOctober 20, 2018: International Observe the Moon Night at UCLA

Join UCLA’s Earth Planetary and Space Sciences and Physics and Astronomy lunar experts to observe the moon during this worldwide celebration and appreciation of the moon. This free event will feature meteorites and moon dust, along with a world-class telescope to marvel at the moon with. Click here for more information about the event.

November 4, 2018: Exploring Your Universe

UCLA’s free all-day science festival for the whole family returns for its 10th year. Mark your calendar and stay tuned to exploringyouruniverse.org as more details are announced. Click here to read about 2017’s Exploring Your Universe event, including presentation of the Science and Education Pioneer Award to astronaut Anna Fisher.

November 10, 2018: 2018 Glenn T. Seaborg Symposium on “The Revolution in Electron Cryo-Microscopy” and medal award dinner

Join the UCLA Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry for the 2018 Seaborg Symposium & Medal Award Dinner on Nov. 10 at UCLA’s California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI).

The symposium will feature talks by 2108 Seaborg Medalists Professor Robert Glaeser (UC Berkeley) and Nobel Laureate Professor Richard Henderson (MRC Laboratory of Microbiology, Cambridge ) with talks by Professor Helen Saibil (Birkbeck College London) and Professor Elizabeth Villa (UC San Diego).

The Seaborg Medal will be presented to Glaeser and Henderson at the evening Medal Award Dinner at the UCLA Luskin Center. Click here for details about how to attend.