IOP delivers science business training in Tanzania

Teacher and students in a classroom

The Future STEM Business Leaders programme encourages students in Tanzanian secondary schools to apply their scientific training to solve local challenges through the creation of … Read more

Chief executive writes to IOP members about Brexit

Since I last wrote on Brexit, we have continued to strongly advocate for our community throughout the process, and I wanted to let you know … Read more

Witnessing the launch of the Parker Solar Probe

If you’re an IOP member you can apply for our Carers’ Fund of up to £250 to help you attend physics-related events or conferences that … Read more

What happens when a molecule “takes a selfie”: exploring attosecond physics

We asked the 2018 winner of the IOP’s Isaac Newton Medal and Prize – Professor Paul Corkum –some questions about his research. Here he explains … Read more

Report after report shows global under-representation of women in science.

This is especially prevalent in physical sciences, where women make up only 28% of the combined fields worldwide. Observers of the scientific disciplines such as … Read more