Physics in Perspective

This IOP-organised lecture series is the flagship event for 16 to 19 year-olds.

Aimed at 6th formers and college students, Physics in Perspective offers - in a period of just three days - insights to the many different aspects of modern physical science.

The speakers are chosen for their ability to make physics come alive, to illustrate its impact on our lives and to explore its potential to shape the future world with engineering and technology.

 

The last events were held in London and the University of Bradford . The following talk was part of the London lecture series held at the Royal Institution's Faraday Lecture Theatre. Dr Ceri Brenner's lecture touches on laser fusion, recreating plasma conditions found out in the corners of the universe to harnessing lasers to create small scale medical sources of protons.

For more talks from past Physics in Perspective events, visit this page.



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