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EPSRC 2019

Impact of physical sciences showcased at IOP

9 December 2019

On Friday 6 November, The Institute of Physics hosted the 2019 EPSRC: Showcasing Physical Sciences Impact event. Read more on our beta site.

Awards dinner 2020

Awards evening celebrates the physicists of yesterday, today and tomorrow

20 November 2019

Yesterday evening IOP President Jonathan Flint CBE and CEO Professor Paul Hardaker welcomed award winners and guests at the 2019 IOP Awards event in London.

CERN

Committee recommends Ireland join CERN

13 November 2019

Dr Yvonne Kavanagh, Chair of the Institute of Physics Ireland and Assistant Registrar Institute of Technology Carlow, comments on the Joint Committee on Business, Enterprise and Innovation’s recommendation that Ireland becomes an associate member of CERN.

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PLANCKS competition 8-10 May 2020
PLANCKS is an annual international student-run physics competition hosted at a different university each year. 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 careers activities. It takes place 8-10 May 2020, IOP London. Please register to organise a preliminary in your country.

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Are you ready to embark on a career in teaching physics? The IOP is awarding £28,000 Scholarships to 150 talented individuals starting teacher training in England in September 2020. IOP scholarships are awarded to the very best individuals who impress us with their academic record, physics subject knowledge and commitment to teaching.

Research into the impacts of discovery science and maths
The Institute of Physics, together with the Council for Mathematical Sciences, the Royal Society of Biology and the Royal Society of Chemistry, is commissioning research to create a coherent, up-to-date picture of the impacts of discovery science and maths research in the UK, on our society, environment and economy.

Physics following a ‘no deal’ Brexit
Will a ‘no deal’ Brexit affect the UK physics community and what steps are being taken by the UK Government and the EU to mitigate negative consequences?

IOP hosts science and technology investment roundtable
The Institute of Physics and Industry Forum co-hosted a roundtable with Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Peter Dowd MP, to discuss Labour’s plans for investment in science and technology.

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NuFor: Nuclear Forensics
10-11 July 2019, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK Abstract submission: 24 May 2019


10 December

  • 1684 Edmund Halley reads Isaac Newton’s derivation of Kepler’s Laws from his theory of gravity to the Royal Society
  • 1815 Birth of Ada Lovelace, considered to be the first computer programmer
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