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Brunel University; July 24, 2008.
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Particle Physics at the Dark Frontier (J Monroe)
Talk at the RHUL Alumni evening
Royal Holloway, University of London; March 15, 2012.
(300 Alumni)

Monroe was an interview subject for the article "Hunting dark matter with DNA" that appeared in Science News (online edition: October 31, 2012; print edition: December 1, 2012).

Direct Detection of Dark Matter (J Monroe)
Talk at the National Academy of Sciences China-U.S. Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium
Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center, Irvine, California; October 12, 2012.
(100 researchers at the faculty or equivalent level, across all the sciences)

The search for Dark Matter (J Monroe)
Short video, made by First Sight Media, commissioned for the 125th Anniversary of Royal Holloway, launched November 8, 2011.
(The video was also shown at the Royal Society on November 8, 2011, to an audience of ca. 100 across academia, industry and politics.)

Direct Dark Matter Detection (J Monroe)
Talk at the Northeast Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
MIT; January 16, 2011.
(200 undergraduate women in physics majors)

Particle Physics at the Dark Frontier (J Monroe)
Talk at the 10th Anniversary Pappalardo Fellowships Symposium
MIT; October 19, 2010.
(The video of the talk is freely available and has been viewed in excess of 1500 times)

 
Dr Pedro Teixeira-Dias

After the public announcement of the discovery of the Higgs particle, in July 2012, Teixeira-Dias has given several public/outreach talks, all invited, on the quest to understand the origin of mass of elementary particles, and the search and discovery of the Higgs particle. The talk (usually entitled ``The Higgs particle and the quest for the origin of mass'') has changed over this period, to adapt it to the specific audiences being addressed, to incorporate new information as it became public (such as the subsequent measurement of the Higgs particle properties), and to incorporate audience feedback. Audience characterisation and estimated size is also given where possible. The list of talks is as follows:

 
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