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1. Student profile - physics and philosophy (Score: 1.0000)
What do you enjoy most about studying physics and philosophy? Parts of my philosophy course are completely unrelated to physics, others, such as the Philosophy of Space and Time, are linked. I’m still deciding whether I would like to approach it from the physics or the philosophy side (or potentially both!).
http://www.iop.org/resources/qubit/december-2017/page_70625.html

2. Fundamental flaws with lightsabers� from a plasma physics perspective (Score: 1.0000)
Magnetic fields are the key to containing the plasma in a blade, they can counteract the pressure of the hot plasma trying to expand into its surroundings. Magnetic reconnection is a fundamental plasma physics process which can occur when plasmas with different magnetic fields collide. When two plasma blades clash it is almost impossible to avoid magnetic reconnection, with the results being an explosive release of the plasma contained in both sabers.
http://www.iop.org/resources/qubit/december-2017/page_70627.html

3. December 2017 (Score: 1.0000)
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4. REF 2021: nominations for sub-panel members (Score: 1.0000)
As a nominating body for the second Research Excellence Framework, the Institute of Physics asked individuals to put themselves forward to be members of the physics sub-panel. The deadline for individuals to put themselves forward was Friday 1st December. The group listed below met on the 15th December to shortlist applications ahead of the 20th December deadline for HEFCE. Individuals will be notified if they have been put forward to HEFCE by the deadline.
http://www.iop.org/policy/ref-2021/page_70381.html

5. Qubit (Score: 1.0000)
To see how quantum mechanics allows us to move beyond Boolean logic for computers, let's return to the caesium atom in the atomic clock. To distinguish the fundamental quantum systems in this new type of computer from the bits in regular computers, we call them "quantum bits", or more snappy: "qubits". Currently, many research groups are trying to construct quantum computers based on these systems, and while it is too early to tell when the first full-scale quantum computer will become ...
http://www.iop.org/resources/qubit/index.html

6. Atomic, molecular, optics and quantum technologies (Score: 1.0000)
The Council of the amalgamated Institute of Physics and The Physical Society in 1961 changed the award to a medal and prize. Terms The award shall be made for distinguished contributions to optics, including work related to physics outside the visible region. Terms The award shall be made for distinguished contributions to atomic (including quantum optics) or molecular physics.
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7. Email Links (Score: 1.0000)
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8. physics.org | Explore | Equipartition Of Energy (Score: 1.0000)

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9. Renewable energy (Score: 1.0000)
The Nuclear Industry - Opportunities for physicists (Member sign-in required)This booklet provides an overview of the nuclear industry, describes the career opportunities, profiles physicists in the sector, contains details of companies in the industry and useful tips on gaining employment. If you are interested in renewable energy and haven't studied it in any detail during your degree, a Master's course will improve your understanding of the field to help you to make a more informed ...
http://www.iop.org/careers/future-with-physics/renewable/page_58419.html

10. Engineering (Score: 1.0000)
The engineering sector covers a range of manufacturing and technology-based jobs and traditionally suffers from a shortage of qualified graduates. Many companies are happy to recruit physics graduates into engineering specialisms, and they provide extensive training.The engineering sector is huge, so there are many different jobs and types of company to choose from. Chemicals and materials Engineers are employed across a range of industry sectors, including food and drink, household, steel, ...
http://www.iop.org/careers/future-with-physics/engineering/page_58440.html

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