East Anglia Branch

The East Anglia Branch is one of fourteen regional branches of the Institute of Physics.

It has been established to organise lectures, meetings and conferences for its members in the East Anglia region, and also works locally to promote physics, physics education and public understanding of physics.

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What astronomy can tell us about the origin of life on earth
A lecture with Professor Jim Hough on 9 October 2014 .

A Quantum Tempest in a Teapot - APSS
The second in the new Applied physics seminars is being held at TWI Granta Park Cambridge on the 22nd May @ 7pm please visit the branch calendar for more information

Applied Physics Seminar Series (APSS) Mobile Healthcare: Opportunities, challenges and prospects.
APSS - Mobile Healthcare Prof Chris Lowe opened the series with a very intersting and thought provoking talk

The Physics of Superheros
17 Oct 2013: Professor Alan Davies explores the Physics of Superheros


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