16th Annual Kendall Lecture with Thomas R. Karl - "Climate Data: Mysteries, Wonders, and Reality"

April 18, 2017,
5:00pm - 6:30pm

Save the date for the 16th annual Henry W. Kendall Memorial Lecture Series honoring the memory of Professor Henry W. Kendall (1926-1999) who was the J.A. Stratton professor of physics at MIT. Professor Kendall received the Nobel Prize in 1990 for research that provided the first experimental evidence for quarks. He had a deep commitment to understanding and finding solutions to the multiple environmental problems facing the world today and in the future. The permanently endowed Kendall Lecture allows MIT faculty and students to be introduced to forefront areas in global change science by leading researchers.

Reception to follow in the Green Building Lounge, 54-923