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Physics in Food Manufacturing Group is launched at the IOP
Wilde Fry

Physics in Food Manufacturing Group is launched at the IOP

21 September 2017

Physicists involved in the food sector in industry and academia, funders and business partners were among those who gathered for the launch of the IOP’s new Physics in Food Manufacturing Group on 18 September

Cecil Powell honoured at Bristol University

Cecil Powell - the ‘Pionic Man’ - honoured at Bristol University

14 September 2017

Professor Hugh Brady (right), vice chancellor and president of the University of Bristol, unveiled a European Physical Society historic site award in the H H Wills Physics Laboratory to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the first observed decay of the pion by Cecil Powell.

IOP to have a share in government fund to support teachers

IOP to have a share in government fund to support teachers

14 September 2017

The IOP will share in a fund worth almost £17m to provide a support programme for physics teachers, it was announced today.

IOP celebrates Teacher Training Scholars as they learn together at annual event

IOP celebrates Teacher Training Scholars as they learn together at annual event

13 September 2017

Reflection, building relationships and communicating were the top tips given by past IOP Teacher Training Scholar Nadia Nair to the latest cohort of scholars at the first of two celebration events

Postdoc Dr James Millen is presented with the David Bates Prize at QuAMP 2017

Postdoc Dr James Millen is presented with the David Bates Prize at QuAMP 2017

12 September 2017

IOP Member Dr James Millen was presented with the David Bates Prize at the Institute’s International Conference on Quantum, Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Physics (QuAMP) in Glasgow on 7 September

IOP welcomes Brexit stance

IOP responds to government paper on EU collaboration on science and innovation

6 September 2017

The IOP has welcomed the publication by the UK government of a paper outlining its position on collaboration with the European Union on science and research

Physics World September 2017 issue

September’s Physics World highlights women in physics

4 September 2017

Some of the daily challenges facing women in physics are tackled in the latest issue of Physics World magazine, which is now out

IOP fellow represents the Institute at key international meeting in Tokyo
University of Kent

IOP Fellow represents the Institute at key international meeting in Tokyo

31 August 2017

IOP Fellow Professor Adrian Podoleanu represented the Institute of Physics at the 24th congress of the International Commission for Optics (ICO), held last week in Tokyo.

IOP welcomes increase in GCSE entries and urges girls to go on to A-level

IOP welcomes increase in GCSE entries and urges girls to go on to A-level

24 August 2017

The number of entries to GCSE physics was up by 1.6% this year, while the proportion of students achieving the highest grades held steady, according to results announced today and welcomed by the IOP

A-level entries rise

Physics A-level entries back on the rise

17 August 2017

Entries to physics A-level are up this year amid an overall decline in the number of students taking A-levels

Students and teachers learn about entrepreneurship together at workshop in Tanzania

Students and teachers learn about entrepreneurship together at workshop in Tanzania

14 August 2017

From the 1–4 August the IOP and the physics department at the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) in Tanzania ran an introduction to entrepreneurship workshop for 70 students from 13 schools in Dar es Salaam. The workshop was supported by Nature Publishing and the Optical Society

Physics World August 2017 cover

August issue of Physics World looks at friendships and rivalries between sibling scientists

1 August 2017

Who inspired you to study physics? Perhaps you had a great teacher or a supportive parent. But how might it feel if you’ve got a sibling who’s also into the subject? Would they be your rival or would the two of you support and nurture each other?

Physicists back new group for entrepreneurs and physics-based businesses

Physicists back new group for entrepreneurs and physics-based businesses

31 July 2017

Physicists in business and industry gave strong support to the idea of forming a new IOP special-interest group for entrepreneurs and physics-based companies when they gathered for a town meeting on 27 July

Physics students draw eminent speakers to their UK and Ireland conference
Kyaw Swar

Physics students draw eminent speakers to their UK and Ireland conference

28 July 2017

Around 180 students from all over the UK and Ireland took part in this year’s Conference of Physics and Astronomy Students (CAPS’17), held at University College London (UCL) on 27–30 June

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Malala advocates education for all at Women in Physics conference

21 July 2017

Internationally renowned activist and Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai spoke at the International Conference on Women in Physics in Birmingham on 20 July

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