Archive for the ‘Physics around the world’ Category
Michael Bishop, IOP’s press officer and football enthusiast, explores the physics-based approach to the new FIFA 14 game.
The designer of London’s Walkie Talkie skyscraper has come under scrutiny this week as reports of flaming bicycle seats and melting cars have resulted in a temporary scaffold being erected at street level to block the intense reflection of the Sun’s rays as they beat off the curved building. One thing you can’t say is […]
Henry Lau, editor of physics.org, has put together a special news round-up to help grasp what happened last week when the meteorite hit Russia. One of the biggest physics story this year has literally exploded on the news. A meteorite hit the Urals region in Russia on Friday morning UK time. On the same day, […]
The Beijing morning was cold as the Joint Institute of Physics and Chinese Physics Society Workshop kicked off in December, but this was easily countered by the very warm welcome from our Chinese hosts and the hot topic of this joint workshop: Nanophotonics and Metamaterials, a topic familiar to most as one that might, someday, […]
2012 has been a busy year for physics. With the impending end of the world (only a day to go now!) we thought we’d better get our round up of the year’s top physics moments in before it’s too late. No physics round up of 2012 could start with anything other than… we found the Higgs! In particle physics speak, […]