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IOP Business Awards 2019

IOP announces its Business Awards winners 2019

16 October 2019

Institute of Physics recognises innovation and entrepreneurship of physics-based businesses. Read more on our beta site.

Nobel prize winners 2019
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IOP congratulates 2019 Nobel Prize for Physics winners

8 October 2019

Paul Hardaker, CEO at the Institute of Physics, comments on the Nobel Prize for Physics. Read more on our beta site.

IOP President Jonathan Flint

New IOP President, Jonathan Flint CBE, begins his term

1 October 2019

Jonathan Flint CBE today (1 October 2019) begins his tenure as President of the Institute of Physics. He has been President-elect since October 2017 and will now serve for two years as President. Read more on our beta site.

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IOP Teacher Training Scholarships
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

Current Research in Magnetism
CRIM 2019: Recent Advances in Antiferromagnetism. Abstract submission deadline 12 July 2019.

Physics Meets Biology Conference
Abstract submission: 14 June 2019

Rugby meeting, 5 June 2019
Registration is now open, book today to secure your place.

Anthony Waterhouse Fellowship
Next application deadline: Monday 15 April 2019


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