Saint Louis Zoo
Living World Auditorium, Zoo North Entrance ONLY
Parking is free in the Zoo North Lot.
Directions to the Zoo North Entrance:
From US 40/I-64 eastbound and westbound
Take the Hampton exit (34-B) and follow signs to Forest Park. To North Entrance, go straight through first roundabout, left at second roundabout on Washington Blvd., turn left on Government Drive.
Westbound Alternate Route: Take Clayton Road exit, turn right on Skinker, right on Wells Drive. Veer left to Zoo’s North Entrance.
Eastbound Alternate Route: Take McCausland exit, turn left on McCausland/Skinker, right on Wells Drive. Veer left to Zoo’s North Entrance.
From I-44 eastbound and westbound
Take the Hampton Ave. exit. Drive north about one mile and cross the Hampton Ave. bridge. To North Entrance, go straight through first roundabout, left at second roundabout on Washington Blvd., turn left on Government Drive.
Free and OPEN to ALL. Junior Academy members and middle and high school students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Reservations not required. Parking is free in the Zoo North lot or on the street in Forest Park.
Featured Speaker: Kater Murch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Washington University in St. Louis; 2017 Outstanding St. Louis Scientist Innovation Award recipient, The Academy of Science – St. Louis
What can quantum measurement tell us about the arrow of time? To answer this question, we use leading edge techniques involving superconducting circuits cooled to near absolute zero to capture “movies” of quantum behavior. In this fascinating talk on our quantum world, physics professor, Kater Murch, shares these captured quantum movies and discusses how we can infer an arrow of time from quantum measurement alone.