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31. IOP Conferences (Score: 1.0000)
The Institute of Physics (IOP) organises a wide range of events which bring together the community from all geographical areas to share research, support learning and to provide networking opportunities. For details of the Institute of Physics' programme of conferences, please visit our events site. On this page you'll find details of our webinars series for the physics community and upcoming physical events.
http://www.iop.org/events/scientific/conferences/index.html

32. physics.org | Explore | Apollo Image Archive (Score: 1.0000)

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33. Latest news from the IOP (Score: 1.0000)
News from IOP Cardiff University School of Physics and Astronomy first in Wales to be awarded Juno Champion status 20 May 2020 All IOP news
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34. 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. Cardiff University’s School of Physics & Astronomy has been awarded the status of Juno Champion by the Institute of Physics (IOP), for its work and dedication in addressing gender equality in physics. Forty teams of bachelors & masters students of all abilities will arrive from all over the world to solve ten written physics problems and enjoy a weekend symposium of physics trips, talks, excursions, socials and ...
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35. physics.org | Explore | World Wide Telescope (Score: 1.0000)

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36. School Student Physics Award roll of honour 2020 (Score: 1.0000)
You are here > About us > Awards > School Student Physics Award > 2020 roll of honour Loreto College St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2 Rachel Lynch, Aoileann N' Mhurch' The Institute is a charity registered in England and Wales (no. 293851) and Scotland (no. SC040092).
http://iopireland.org/about/awards/school-student-physics-award/2020/page_73897.html

37. Earnshaw medal (Score: 1.0000)
The Institute of Physics Ireland awards the Earnshaw medal to the undergraduate student who presents the best final year project. The award is named in memory of Prof.essor John Earnshaw who was a professor of physics in Queen's University Belfast and head of the Plasma and Laser Interaction Group. Nominations are accepted from institutions based in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
http://iopireland.org/about/awards/earnshaw/page_48981.html

38. physics.org | Explore | The Solar System -- our home in space (Score: 1.0000)

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39. How do we detect exoplanets when they are too far away for us to see? (Score: 1.0000)
Extrasolar planets - exoplanets - are planets which exist outside of our own solar system. By tracking the overall brightness of the star over time, when a planet crosses in front of its star, the overall brightness of the star decreases a tiny amount. Denser planets will have rockier cores, like Mercury or Venus, whilst the less-dense planets will be puffier, gaseous planets; for example, Jupiter or Saturn.
http://www.iop.org/resources/qubit/april-2020/page_73970.html

40. Emily Martin, technical apprentice, Leonardo (Score: 1.0000)
I applied for both university and various apprenticeships, but in the end I decided an apprenticeship would suit me best. Industrial engineering is often described as the bridge between design and manufacturing and my role involves interfacing between design and manufacturing functions, to ensure product development and production timelines are met. I’ve secured approval to study physics through The Open University and have established a career development plan, working towards a lead ...
http://www.iop.org/resources/qubit/november-2019/page_73810.html

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