The March 2020 edition of Physics World magazine is now out in print and digital formats
I am the features editor for Physics World. I select interesting and unusual topics, find academics or journalists to write about them, and then edit and polish the articles until they are at their best possible standard. I also write the occasional blog about exciting science trips and conferences.
Before starting at Physics World as a reporter in 2017, I studied physics at the University of Bristol and then, being slightly too attached to the city, stayed on to do a PhD in materials science. While I particularly enjoy reading and writing about applied physics, I have a soft spot for particle physics and cosmology. I’m also passionate about diversity, equality and inclusivity in physics.
Outside of science, I’m often found drawing, reading fantasy books or watching cookery competitions on TV (even though I’m rubbish at cooking).
Sarah Tesh is currently on maternity leave.
A decade of Physics World breakthroughs: 2016 and 2017 – the rise of gravitational-wave observation and multimessenger astronomy
Sarah Tesh looks back at the Physics World Breakthrough of the Year for 2016 and 2017, and the beginning of the gravitational-wave and multimessenger astronomy era
Physics at the movies – the science behind the scenes: the November 2019 special issue of Physics World is now out
Physics and film collide in the new issue, with visual effects, science advisers and science blunders – plus interviews with actor Daniel Radcliffe and VFX pioneer Douglas Trumbull
New report highlights the need for more inclusivity and support