Science and Snacks: Studium Generale organises a lecture about antimatter. With the big bang, there should have been created an equal amount of matter and antimatter. However, when they come in contact with one another, they are destroyed. This would mean that right after the big bang, the particles would annihilate each other and therefore light would not exist. We don't live on such a planet, so how is that possible?
Professor Thomas Peitzmann works at Utrecht University and CERN and will explain more. Entrance and drinks are free!