Free tickets for The Agenda and other Quantum to Cosmos Festival lectures
and events available beginning September 8
TORONTO, Sept. 3 /CNW/ - Waterloo's world-renowned Perimeter Institute
will be welcoming the world's top scientists at the Quantum to Cosmos (Q2C)
Festival which runs from October 15 to 25. During Q2C, from October 19 to 23,
the Perimeter Institute's atrium will be home to TVO's flagship current
affairs program, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, broadcasting live on location
every night at 8 pm.
Anchor and senior editor Steve Paikin will welcome guests from around the
world attending Q2C to discuss and debate the latest thinking on a number of
issues in science such as space travel, the future of computing, genetics,
robotics, and the importance of science.
Free tickets for Q2C events, including the live broadcasts of The Agenda
with Steve Paikin will be available beginning September 8. For full ticket
details and for more information about all of Q2C's events, please visit
About the Quantum to Cosmos Festival
For 10 exciting days this October, Perimeter Institute's Quantum to
Cosmos: Ideas for the Future (Q2C) will take a global audience from the
strange world of subatomic particles to the outer frontiers of the universe.
Q2C will transcend traditional festivals by streaming events live and on
demand, offering virtual interaction with exhibits, and providing special
opportunities for students and teachers. The Q2C Festival is produced for
Perimeter Institute by Title Entertainment Inc.
TVO, Ontario's public educational media organization, is the presenting
media partner for the Q2C Festival. TVO is a trusted source of interactive
educational content that informs, inspires and stimulates curiosity and
thought. TVO's vision is to empower people to be engaged citizens of Ontario
through educational media. For more information, visit tvo.org.
Where to find TVO
Cable channel 2 (channel may vary in some areas), Bell TV channel 265,
Star Choice channel 353.
For further information:
For further information: Media Contacts: Paul Ginis, TVO Communications,
(416) 484-2600 x2445, firstname.lastname@example.org; Angela Garde, TVO Communications, (416)
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