Activities

The Institute of Physics undertakes a variety of activities through its subject groups bringing together likeminded physicists

Its national and regional branches operating on a geographical basis, and through outreach programmes to the general public.

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Cool Plasma: No, not blood or fusion!
8 February at 6.30pm, Manchester Metropolitan University

The Astroparticle Physics Group
December 2016 newsletter is now available to read

Jocelyn Bell Burnell Medal and Prize (previously the Very Early Career Female Physicist Award)
Jocelyn Bell Burnell Medal and Prize The Institute of Physics Jocelyn Bell Burnell Medal and Prize 2017 for exceptional early career contributions to physics by a very early career female researcher is now open. All entries must be received by 31 January 2017.

Save the date
Particle Accelerators and Beams group AGM on 7 April

Newsletter
Latest Particle Accelerators and Beams Group newsletter now available

IOP London and South East Branch Spring 2017 events programme
All our lectures are free to all and last about one hour. There is usually 10–15 minutes afterwards for the audience to ask questions.

Solar Energy public lecture
at Huddersfield University on 14 December

ICWIP 2017 (be a member of the UK team)
Be a member of the UK team at the International Conference on Women in Physics (ICWIP) 16-20 July 2017, University of Birmingham, UK

Groups

Be at the heart of the physics community by joining one of the Institute’s member-led Groups

Groups 

Business

The Institute is committed to working with, and representing the views of, businesses that depend on physics and physicists

Business 

Public engagement

At the Institute, we see physics as part of our culture. Our public engagement activities share the joy of contemporary physics, highlighting its impact on society and the opportunities it provides for all

Public engagement 

IOP in your area

Find out about the latest news and events in your local area

IOP in your area 

University Student Network

The network is run by student members of the Institute to act as a contact point for students and physics societies

University Student Network