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1. Email Links (Score: 1.0000)
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2. Institute of Physics - For physics • For physicists • For all : Institute of Physics (Score: 1.0000)
The Institute of Physics aims to advance physics for the benefit of all. imbalance between girls and boys in take-up of A-level physics but there are reasons for hope and IOP is taking a leading role in bringing about change, speakers at a major summit to launch our report, Why Not Physics? We have launched the first comprehensive fundraising initiative for the Institute of Physics.
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4. Search Results | Explore | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
An article talking about the role microscopic particles in the air play in helping clouds form. A cloudbow or an iridescent cloud is the beautiful effect caused by the refraction of sunlight through water droplets in clouds. Clouds are a big uncertainty in how the Earth climate will change in the future.
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5. Search Results | Explore | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Search our database of handpicked physics sites What document type? A site detailing the history of telescopes, from Galileo's telescope to the Spitzer space telescope. Find out how digital radio gets from Earth to satellite to you!.
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Search our database of handpicked physics sites What document type? Your age level All Under 10 11 - 16 Adult What's your knowledge level? Nicolas leonard sadi Carnot (1796 - 1831) was a French scientist who described the Carnot cycle, relating to the theory of heat engines.
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7. Search Results | Explore | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Search our database of handpicked physics sites What document type? Your age level All Under 10 11 - 16 Adult What's your knowledge level? News and info on NASA's New Horizons space probe, currently on a 10 year flight to conduct flyby studies of Pluto and its moons in 2015.
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The science behind a selection of sports from surfing to cycling - the physics behind their operation and the equipment they use. A BBC mini site examining the role science and technology play in sport, from treating athletes' injuries and building Olympic stadiums to drug testing. This site highlights the science in sport particularly Formula 1, shoe design and various types of balls.
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9. Careers | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
The UK is second only to the USA in space science and, although only a lucky few get the chance to become an Astronaut, studying physics can certainly help land you a job in space. You could become a cosmologist and investigate the evolution of the universe; a planet hunter who searches for habitable planets around other stars; an astrophysicist who searches for dark matter and black holes, or an engineer that designs satellites or robots that land on other planets. Gocracker has information ...
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10. 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 ...
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