Physics ARTICLES

A kind of magic: £3m project will teach science through mystery


An EU-funded initiative will develop new ways to teach STEM subjects by exploiting the universal appeal of magic tricks, myths and mysteries...
Magician

Physical impact: the DPG and Germany’s physics past and future

DPG Board Member for External Relations Professor Dr Karlheinz Meier tells Editor Lauren Smith about the role of national societies in promoting physics...
Red laser

Exploring cryonics: could science offer new life after death?

Fields such as regenerative medicine and nanomedicine have transformed cryonics from a fringe science into a discipline with genuine potential, says futurist Dr Max More...
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Shining bright: inside the Diamond Light Source

ScienceOmega.com’s Katy Edgington reports from the Diamond Light Source – the UK’s national synchrotron facility – in Oxfordshire...
Diamond from the sky
Prism coloursEPS President calls for physicists to communicate their passion
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Laser Weapon System (LaWS)Directed-energy’s evolution - an interview with Dr David Stoudt
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