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1. August 2015 (Score: 1.0000)
By continuing to use this site you agree to our use of cookies. To find out more, see our Privacy and Cookies policy. Could controlling fire emissions in industrial plantations be key to improving air quality in Equatorial Asia?
http://www.iop.org/news/15/aug/page_64769.html

2. Thinking on your feet: Football and physics (Score: 1.0000)
This new resource from the education team has been developed in collaboration with Arsenal Football Club and explores eight physics activities linked to the beautiful game. The first 45 minutes is spent in the classroom, looking at a football idea and then doing a student practical activity that gives insight into what happens on the pitch. The second half of the session applies these ideas to actual football activities.
http://www.iop.org/education/teacher/extra_resources/football-and-physics/page_63359.html

3. physics.org | Explore | Wobbly stick - Marvin and Milo (Score: 1.0000)

http://www.physics.org/explorelink.asp?id=5925

4. Awards (Score: 1.0000)
To find out more, see our Privacy and Cookies policy. Awards and other funding opportunities If you're looking for a grant for academic research or other projects, the IOP offers a range of awards. Funding for international students There are a variety of funding options specifically for overseas students, too.
http://www.iop.org/careers/i-am-at-school-college/funding/awards/page_58224.html

5. Email Links (Score: 1.0000)
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6. Search Results | Explore | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Old but simple experiment about waves and light to demonstrate diffraction using pencil, tape and a candle or torch. Historical background and online tutorials on diffraction in which you can vary wavelength and aperture width, and see the results as wave fronts, and as an intensity graph. Bragg's Law and diffraction - how waves reveal the atomic structure of crystals.
http://www.physics.org/explore-results-all.asp?q=diffraction&x=0&y=0

7. Search Results | Explore | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
A fantastic interactive introduction to relativity, covering everything from the background to e=mc2 and special relativity. A comprehensive introduction to special relativity, the fourth dimension, curved spacetime and general relativity. Textbook style pages giving details of the postulates of special relativity, Lorentz transforms, The Twin Paradox, and a history of special relativity.
http://www.physics.org/explore-results-all.asp?q=relativity&x=0&y=0

8. Superposition | Contact (Score: 1.0000)
Superposition is a new artist-in-residence programme from the Institute of Physics which invites visual artists and physicists to work collaboratively to explore and contribute to the field of contemporary art. This project blog allows you to follow artist Lyndall Phelps and physicist Ben Still as they work together to question and interpret current research in particle physics ' resulting in the creation of a new artwork. Covariance (1)Martin Sach wrote: We are looking forward to a ...
http://www.physics.org/Superposition/contact.aspx

9. Search Results | Explore | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
A short film explaining the Doppler effect in simple, easy to understand terms. Java applet (part of a wider site) which illustrates the Doppler effect for sound, giving the example of a passing ambulance siren. Equation for Doppler Shift and relativistic Doppler shift.
http://www.physics.org/explore-results-all.asp?q=doppler&x=0&y=0

10. Search Results | Explore | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Monitoring the Earth's surface using GPS (Global Positioning System) technology, providing quantitative data of changes in position and rates of change. Use the GPS (Giant Penguin Slingshot) to launch Kevin the penguin back on to his space ship. More information on GPS including what type of information is transmitted by satellites.
http://www.physics.org/explore-results-all.asp?q=GPS&x=0&y=0

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