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Astronomers dismayed after the country fails to ratify membership
Topological quantum computers could benefit from new magnetic material
The ARIEL mission will study 1000 exoplanets over a four-year period
A book on three pioneers of meteorology reveals much about their science, although little about their personalities, says David M Schultz
Learn more about space weather with our new free-to-read Physics World Discovery ebook
Physicists scrutinize climate intervention
How physics underpins the climate
Tropical cyclones devour moisture while on the move
Following the death of Stephen Hawking on 14 March 2018, we bring you a collection of articles and videos linked to the work of the legendary cosmologist and mathematical physicist, including some of the research papers that he wrote.
A mix of animated scenes, live footage and sharp science explainers on fusion tech makes for good viewing in documentary-film Let There Be Light, writes Tushna Commissariat
Rachel Brazil describes how science is helping disabled people to carry out everyday tasks thanks to new types of "assistive technology"
Tateo Arimoto oulines the reforms Japan needs to make to stay ahead in science
James McKenzie looks at the lessons we can learn from the humble light bulb
In his latest Critical Point column, Robert P Crease examines the contributions to science of Princess Ekaterina Dashkova
Biofabrication is a world-leading specialist journal, publishing cutting-edge research regarding the use of cells, proteins, biological materials and biomaterials as building blocks to manufacture biological systems and/or therapeutic products.
Excerpts from the Red Folder
Modelling framework could help designers to explore new materials combinations for 3D printed tissue scaffolds
The Scottish photonics spin-out is ramping up pre-clinical trials and seeking investment for groundbreaking non-invasive cataract diagnosis and treatment
British scientists gain greater access to cutting-edge X-ray facility in Hamburg
Bringing together people from different cultures could have more of a payoff than just an ethical one
A mix of animated scenes, live footage and sharp science explainers on fusion tech makes for good viewing in documentary-film Let There Be Light, writes Tushna Commissari...
Low-temperature phase resemble glass
Register now: 25 April 2018
A webinar sponsored by COMSOL
A new device can repair damaged tissue by "drawing" stem cells onto the affected areas
Preliminary calculations suggest inflation need not result in a multiverse
Alaina G Levine visits adhesive-giant 3M Company’s innovation centre to find out about the physics involved
Spectroscopic imaging reduces frequency variations
Excerpts from the Red Folder
Quasiparticles should congregate at graphene defects
Elaine Tham explains how IOP Publishing is building on its presence in Japan with many new activities
The Physics Society of Iran voices concern over case of rigged peer-review
Microfluidic device helps to bridge the pharmacokinetic gap between animals and humans
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Stay up to date with the latest international conferences, symposia and exhibitions for interdisciplinary scientists working across academic research and industry
TRIUMF is Canada's national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics. Its headquarters are located on the south campus of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia.
In this webinar, HORIBA Scientific, the world leader in micro and nanoRaman spectroscopy, will present new nano-imaging capabilities.
6–7 March, Bruker Nano Surfaces headquarters, Leiderdorp
Free event designed for scientists and engineers from both academia and industry with interest in surface characterisation.