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Contact: Thomas Tomich, Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis, (530) 752-3915, News release (2009):

Presentation: Observing Celestial Superfluids
Presenter: David Pines, UC Davis distinguished professor of physics
Date and time: Saturday, Feb. 19, 4 p.m.
Location: 146B Washington Convention Center
Symposium: Superconductivity: From 1911 to 2021

Superconductors (materials with virtually no electrical resistance) offer the promise of technological breakthroughs such as transmission lines without power loss and magnetically levitated trains. On Earth, such properties are found in only a few materials at very low temperatures. But huge amounts of high-temperature superfluids can be found in the sky, according to David Pines, distinguished professor of physics at UC Davis. Pines will discuss the discovery, history and our current understanding of these "celestial superfluids" in pulsars and neutron stars objects he calls "the cosmic equivalent of a nuclear physics laboratory."

Contact: David Pines, Physics, (505) 670-6422,

Presentation: From Sea to Sea: Effects of Invasive Species in Marine Systems
Presenter: Susan Williams, UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory
Date and time: Sunday, Feb. 20, 9 a.m.


Contact: Sylvia Wright
University of California - Davis

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