Institute of Physics (East Anglia Branch)
Promotes physics and links between physicists in the East Anglian region.
|Address:||Department of Physics, Cavendish Laboratory, Madingley Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)|
The Institute of Physics is the professional organisation for physicists. The East Anglia Branch encompasses all members of the Institute in the East Anglia region and is run by a volunteer committee. It promotes Physics through outreach and networking events.
President of the Institute of Physics (IOP) Professor Roy Sambles addressed industrialists, academics and public servants this week to discuss how a new relationship with the EU will mean focusing economic activity on leading UK sectors.
27 October 2016Read in full
Do these things sound intriguing? Are you interested in communicating science to a young audience? Lab in a Lorry needs volunteers with a scientific or engineering background for events in East Anglia in June and July 2015.
20 May 2015Read in full
Solar physicist Dr Helen Mason is the honoured guest at the next lecture in the Applied Physics Seminar Series (APSS) run by the Insitute of Physics Cambridge Branch. On Wednesday 18 March, the BBC presenter will be talking about the Physics of the Sun.
4 March 2015Read in full
The issues surrounding mobile healthcare are the subject of a talk by Professor C R Lowe, of the Institute of Biotechnology, Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology at Cambridge University, to the East Anglian branch of the Institute of Physics next Wednesday, March 5th.
28 February 2014Read in full
Physics has been at the heart of innovations from the light bulb to the Large Hadron Collider. From oil exploration to aerospace and regenerative medicine to robotics, physics and physicists drive the success of the best and brightest companies. The Institute of Physics (IOP) Innovation Awards celebrate companies that make the most of physics.
30 April 2013Read in full
Entry to the Institute of Physics (IOP) Innovation Awards 2013 - the only awards recognising companies in the UK and Ireland that have built success on the innovative application of physics - is now open.
11 March 2013Read in full