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About Blog - News, views and information for the global physics community from Institute of Physics Publishing. It contains features from the world’s leading physicists and science writers, comprehensive news and analysis, incisive opinion pieces, sound careers advice, reviews of the best new books and multimedia.
About Blog - Physics Buzz includes articles about physics research, videos, posters, comic books, and more. We're here to share the exciting world of physics with the wider community. Physics Central represents one part of The American Physical Society's (APS Physics) outreach efforts. APS Physics represents over 50,000 physicists.
About Blog - The Institute of Physics is a leading scientific membership society working to advance physics for the benefit of all. JPhys has a worldwide membership of more than 50,000, from enthusiastic amateurs to those at the top of their fields in academia, business, education and government. Their purpose is to gather, inspire, guide, represent and celebrate all who share a passion for physics.
About Blog - The American Physical Society provides daily online-only news and commentary about a selection of papers from the APS journal collection. The website is aimed at the reader who wants to keep up with highlights of physics research with explanations that don’t rely on jargon and technical detail.
About Blog - Scientific physics forums for professionals and students to discuss serious issues and topics regarding physics in theory, practice, study and reality. Students can also find help for homework and career perspectives
About Blog - Research in the Department seeks to explore and explain fundamental questions that range from understanding the origin of the universe, including string theory, cosmology, and astrophysics, to understanding the visible world of colloids and the world on an ever diminishing scale, from the mesoscale to the nanoscale, condensed matter, and atomic, molecular and particle physics.
About Blog - Public engagement projects and events from School of Physics and Astronomy
About Blog - James Madison University Physics and Astronomy Blog. Our Mission: The preparation of scientifically enlightened citizens. Science literacy is promoted through the integration of classroom & experiential learning.
About Blog - Post on Physics by Science 2.0 - a place where world-class scientists write articles and discuss issues without being filtered by size or editorial limitations, where there are no political or cultural agendas, and the audience can read great science directly from the sources and maybe learn some new things.
Ann Arbor, MI
About Blog - After teaching physics in a high school classroom for 13 years, I stepped out of the classroom to start Flipping Physics, a business dedicated to creating free, clear, concise and comedic physics educational videos. Blog by Jon Thomas-Palmer.
North East England
About Blog - Physics is about exploring the world, and we think those explorations can be delightful, surprising and satisfying. We believe physics should be accessible to everyone, for study and pleasure, from early years through school to employment and beyond.
About Blog - This site is dedicated to accumulating and highlighting research in the exciting field of physics-based animation for computer graphics. The topics that Christopher Batty (author) usually include are rigid bodies, deformable bodies, cloth, articulated bodies, collision detection, meshing, shells, hair, liquids, gases/smoke, explosions, fracture, and the list goes on.
About Blog - The intersection of physics, optics, history and pulp fiction. The author of Skulls in the Stars is an associate professor of physics, specializing in optical science, at UNC Charlotte. The blog covers topics in physics and optics, the history of science, classic pulp fantasy and horror fiction, and the surprising intersections between these areas.
About Blog - News from the world's particle physics laboratories.
Los Angeles, CA
About Blog - Cocktail Party Physics is a science-and-culture blog that aims to create a salon-like virtual space highlighting the latest news and ideas in science -- with a twist. Blog by Jennifer Ouellette.
Wappingers Falls, New York
About Blog - This blog will attempt to keep the viewer abreast with the current events and current topics in all branches of physics and the fields impact on society and the world. Also, out of sheer whimsy, have fun as well!
About Blog - Blog by Mike McCulloch. I chose the title Physics from the Edge because the theory of inertia I have suggested (MiHsC) assumes that local inertia is affected by the far-off Hubble-edge. I've written a book called Physics from the Edge
About Blog - I am an assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Rutgers University. I study theoretical particle physics and theoretical astrophysics, with a particular interest in the nature of dark matter. - Matthew Buckley
About Blog - iPLEX is interested in sharing the fascinating world of planetary science with local and national communities and schools. Our education and public outreach program includes private and public events during which UCLA scientists and students demonstrate…
About Blog - The Cornell University departmental of Applied and Engineering Physics specialize in seven primary research areas: Atomic, Molecular, and Chemical Physics; Astrophysics and Plasma Physics; Biophysics; Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science; Nanoscience and Nanotechnology; Optical Physics, Quantum Electronics and Photonics; and Renewable Energy.
About Blog - Ex-art-major-of-three-years-turned-double-math-and-physics-major at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. My academic/career goals are to create a standardized library of sculptural math and physics visual aids.These are scans from my notebooks and progress pictures from my research.
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