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Physics Communicator Award: the final as it happened

By Kelly O | 21 Nov, 2012 | 0 Comments

We’ve been anticipating it for a while and yesterday the final of the Very Early Career Physics Communicator Award was finally held, and the prize awarded…

Neutrino physicist takes communication prize

By Kelly O | 20 Nov, 2012 | 0 Comments
Award winner Dr Ben Still

Dr Ben Still, Research Associate and particle physicist from Queen Mary University London, has won the Institute of Physics’ (IOP) Early Career Communicators’ Award for the exciting and innovative projects he has undertaken to share his love of physics. The prize-giving event, on Tuesday 20 November, saw four nominees give short presentations on the nature […]

Physics Communicator Award Nominee: Ben Still

By Kelly O | 19 Nov, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ben Still

Tomorrow the final of the Very Early Career Physics Communicator Award is happening here at the IOP in London. The prize is awarded to people at the start of their careers in physics who have undertaken activities that support and encourage excellent communication of physics. Professor Jim Al-Khalili will be here giving a keynote talk on “Quantum Physics […]

Physics Communicator Award Nominee: Julian Stirling

By Kelly O | 16 Nov, 2012 | 0 Comments
Julian Stirling at a "Meet the nanoscientist" outreach event.

On Tuesday 20 November 2012 the final of the Very Early Career Physics Communicator Award is happening here at the IOP in London. The prize is awarded to people at the start of their careers in physics who have undertaken activities that support and encourage excellent communication of physics. Professor Jim Al-Khalili will be here giving a keynote […]

Physics Communicator Award Nominee: Evelyn Johnston

By Kelly O | 15 Nov, 2012 | 0 Comments
Evelyn Johnston and The Inflativerse

On Tuesday 20 November 2012 the final of the Very Early Career Physics Communicator Award is happening here at the IOP in London. The prize is awarded to people at the start of their careers in physics who have undertaken activities that support and encourage excellent communication of physics. Professor Jim Al-Khalili will be here giving a keynote […]

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