On Monday 6 June the kickoff symposium of the new FOM programme 'Broken Mirrors & Drifting Constants' will be held at the VU University in Amsterdam (VUA). At the symposium five guest speakers, among whom Gerard 't Hooft of Utrecht University, and speakers of VUA and KVI will elucidate aspects of the reserach programme.
The programme, which has been approved in November 2010, is being carried out by research groups of KVI and VUA. The research is focusing on ultra-precise measurements on atoms and molecules, with the aim to test the fundamental physics beyond the 'Standard Model' of particle physics.
> See here for the programme of the symposium
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