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1. physics.org | Explore | Potato Straw - Physics to go (Score: 1.0000)

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2. 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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3. 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. This week (11 February) the Institute of Physics (IOP), Institute of Physics in Engineering and Medicine (IPEM), and British Institute of Radiology (BIR) hosted a technical careers fair focusing on health and medical physics. IOP hosts science and technology investment oundtable The Institute of Physics and Industry Forum co-hosted a roundtable with Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Peter Dowd MP, to discuss ...
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4. Careers | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
If you want to design buildings or structures for a living, a sound knowledge of physics won't go amiss. After taking physics at school or college you can then train to become an Architect or a Civil Engineer. Architects design all sorts of buildings, everything from schools to skyscrapers.
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5. Careers | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Whether you want to be a nurse, a surgeon or medical physicist - understanding physics is important if you want to work in modern medicine. Physics has revolutionised the diagnosis and treatment of illness. Surgery is now routinely carried out using lasers, cancer is treated using radiation and the inside of our bodies are imaged using X-rays, ultrasound, NMR and PET scans.
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6. Careers | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Concerns about climate change coupled with the decreasing supply of fossil fuels means that there is a growing imperative to reduce global energy consumption and develop new ways of generating electricity. People with a background in physics will play a vital role in everything from improving existing technology to make it more energy efficient to developing new technology such as nuclear fusion reactors. Did you know that you could make 100,000 slices of toast with the energy from a bolt of ...
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7. Careers | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Please note: we are not currently updating this site with new content, but please continue to explore our resources. 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...
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8. Careers | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Physics provides such a broad training that whatever career you have in mind, physics will stand you in good stead. Studying physics is an excellent way of keeping your options open. Follow us on witter and keep up with all the latest on physics.org and the rest of the web.
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9. Careers | physics.org (Score: 1.0000)
Please note: we are not currently updating this site with new content, but please continue to explore our resources. It's not just rocket science: physics is the route to so many careers, from predicting climate change to designing computer games. Sally's job is to predict what will happen if sea levels rise.
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10. 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? Particle Clicker is a game about running your own particle physics laboratory.
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