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Queen’s U Student Wins Big at Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference

Queen’s University 4th year undergraduate student Clarke Hardy won first place for his talk in the Particle and Theoretical Physics category at the Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference held at Carleton University October 20-24 2017! Clarke presented his work on the PICO experiment situated at SNOLAB. His advisor, McDonald Institute Scientific Director Prof. Tony Noble, and the entire Queen’s physics department is very proud of his showing. Congratulations Clarke!