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  Physics | The WWW Virtual Library
This encyclopedia explains basic terms and principles of laser physics and technology, with some content added from other topics such as general optics, nonlinear optics, and quantum optics.
Information sources for Nuclear Physics research institutes and accelerator facilities - This list is originally based on the HEP list, modified by adding nuclear physics research institutes and universities.
Plasma science and technology are multilevel, multifacted, and multimedia as demonstrated here by diverse and comprehensive links to references, subjects, societies, publications, conferences, funding sources, formulary, glossary, newsgroups, and a broad-based Coalition for Plasma Science founded to increase public awareness and understanding of the plasma sciences and their many applications and benefits to society.
www.vlib.org /Physics.html   (347 words)

  Physics Classroom Table of Contents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The ray nature of light is used to explain how light refracts at planar and curved surfaces; Snell's law and refraction principles are used to explain a variety of real-world phenomena; refraction principles are combined with ray diagrams to explain why lenses produce images of objects.
During the summer of 1998, a grant was received from The First in the World Consortium of Schools in order to complete some additional lessons on the topics of waves, sound, light, reflection and refraction.
Thanks to the generosity and support of the Consortium, an additional five units were added to The Physics Classroom during the summer of 1998.
www.glenbrook.k12.il.us /gbssci/phys/Class/BBoard.html   (0 words)

 Exhibits Collection -- Amusement Park Physics
Amusement park rides use physics laws to simulate danger, while the rides themselves are typically very safe.
Check the physics glossary to find out more about the terms used in this exhibit.
"Amusement Park Physics" is inspired by programs from The Mechanical Universe...and Beyond.
www.learner.org /exhibits/parkphysics   (232 words)

 The American Institute of Physics -- Physics Publications and Resources
Dedicated to the advancement of physics, AIP serves a federation of physical science societies, and provides leadership through its own programs and publications.
Home of leading peer-reviewed publications in the physical sciences and engineering
AIP publishes highly-cited research journals, as well as the monthly magazine for physicists, Physics Today.
www.aip.org   (139 words)

 Wired News: Physics Frontier Goes Euro
With that action, the world's center of gravity for high-energy physics research will shift unambiguously to Europe for the first time, a prospect that is leaving American scientists and policy makers increasingly concerned.
For a U.S. scientific community that has held a leading role in particle physics at least since the Manhattan Project, this is an unfamiliar, and potentially deeply disturbing, change.
Now, the prospect of seeing the world's leading high-energy physics laboratories move overseas is drawing strong calls for renewed investment, and even a few dire warnings of national decline.
www.wired.com /news/technology/0,72201-0.html   (817 words)

 The Department of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Department of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Professors Philip Phillips and Rob Leigh suggest that the solution might be the existence of a previously overlooked doubly charged particle, one that mediates interactions among electrons lying in planes filled with copper and oxygen atoms.
For more than 100 years, from LEDs to MRIs, superconductors to supercomputers, atomic nuclei to molecular motors—the physicists of Illinois have unraveled the secrets of Nature and transformed modern life.
www.physics.uiuc.edu   (375 words)

 World Year of Physics 2005
Letkeman's physics class creates a living tribute to Einstein's most famous equation.
The variety of successful events allowed our community to share the excitement of physics with a wide range of audiences.
Although this website will no longer be updated, it will remain available as a resource for planning outreach events in 2006 and beyond.
www.physics2005.org   (99 words)

  Physics Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Physics Related Resources on the Internet from The American Physical Society
RAL's page describing particle physics terminology and methodology.
A very interesting introduction at a basic level.
www.nevis.columbia.edu /~phypharm/Encyclopedia.html   (111 words)

 Institute of Physics - Home of the Institute of Physics
Nexus, the student wing of the Institute of Physics
For everybody with an interest in the teaching and learning of physics in schools and colleges
Explore physics is an area where we look at something different
www.iop.org   (140 words)

 physics.org | Home
If you have a burning physics question head straight to Explore to search our database of physics websites.
Wi-fi lets you connect to the internet without wires but some people say that it could be harmful to human health.
Read advice and information about studying physics at school and university.
www.physics.org   (167 words)

 Health Physics Society
The health physicist's job is to manage the beneficial use of ionizing radiation while protecting workers and the public from potential hazards.
The Health Physics Society is dedicated to making sure that health physicists have the information and capabilities to do this.
The Health Physics Society also has a goal of providing information for the public to assist in the understanding of the field of health physics.
www.hps.org   (173 words)

 NIST Physics Laboratory home page
Electron and Optical Physics: develops measurement methods and associated technology for determining electron and photon interactions with matter.
carries out a broad program of long-term experimental and theoretical research in atomic physics.
conducts research in atomic and chemical physics, precision measurement, and laser and optical physics.
physics.nist.gov   (134 words)

 physicsworld.com - Physics World - physicsworld.com
Be part of the leading professional body actively working to promote physics and to support physicists.
Join now to enjoy the unique benefits you can gain as a member of the Institute of Physics.
Research Associate - Experimental Particle Physics - Manchester, UK
www.physicsweb.org   (205 words)

 Brown University
Professor Meenakshi Narain describes the importance of CERN’s Large Hadron Collidor on the NOVA ScienceNow magazine show on Tuesday July 10th on Channel 2 WGBH (Boston) at 8 p.m.
The Astrophysics Journal Club meets weekly to discuss new results, published articles, and topics of general interest to theoretical and experimental cosmologists and astrophysicists.
The Physics Affinity Group in WISE - women in science and engineering
www.physics.brown.edu   (335 words)

 home - physics @ berkeley
In 1931, Ernest O. Lawrence invented the cyclotron at Berkeley, ushering in the era of high-energy physics and a tradition of achievement that continues today.
The most recent National Research Council nationwide rankings identify the Department as one of the best in the nation.
George Smoot's Nobel Lecture in Physics December 8, 2006
www.physics.berkeley.edu   (116 words)

 Home : Nature Physics
I propose a new major in fictional physics, the study of the behaviour of virtual matter in a virtual
In 2008, the world's most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, will be switched on.
A specially commissioned Nature Insight will look at the current status of our knowledge of particle physics going into the LHC era, trace the development of the LHC project itself and consider what we hope to learn from the physics programme of this remarkable facility.
www.nature.com /nphys/index.html   (375 words)

 Physics and Astronomy - PhysLink.com
Excitement is building on both sides of the Atlantic as the long-awaited launch of ESA’s Columbus space laboratory grows closer, as NASA starts processing Shuttle Atlantis in preparation for the mission.
Every substance has the property of 'mass', which is the basic physical presence of matter.
A physical mass contained within a physical space produces the physical property of 'density'.
www.physlink.com   (1074 words)

 PEERS - Physics Encyclopedia of E-Mail Records
PEERS is a FREE service from Institute of Physics Publishing.
It provides a moderated global e-mail directory of people working in science; a place where you can search for peers, colleagues or any useful contacts in your chosen scientific field.
It will not be used for commercial or promotional purposes, nor will any of the information submitted to the service be forwarded to other parties
peers.iop.org /cgi-bin/PEERS/main   (228 words)

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Visual physics links to see physics explained using computer graphics and animations.
A Physics dictionary that you can contribute to.
Are you a student in a physics class?
www.fearofphysics.com   (52 words)

 Usenet Physics FAQ
This is the web version of the Usenet Physics FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).
Its purpose is to provide good answers to questions that have been discussed often in sci.physics and related usenet newsgroups.
This is a list of other FAQs and answer archives that are related to physics.
math.ucr.edu /home/baez/physics   (578 words)

 PhysOrg.com: physics news
The dream of theoretical physics is to unite behind a common theory that explains everything, but that goal has remained highly elusive.
String theory emerged 40 years ago as one of the most promising candidates for such...
New Age Mysticism and Quantum Physics, 1 hour ago
physics.physorg.com   (641 words)

These lessons may be freely copied and used in a classroom but they remain the copyright property of the author(s) and the directors of the SMILE program.
Physics Lab Rockets by Joseph Dogadalski - Austin Community Academy H. Stress and Strain by Therese Donatello - Weber High School
Physics at the Zoo by Peter Insley - Retired
www.iit.edu /~smile/physinde.html   (2683 words)

 The Internet Classics Archive | Physics by Aristotle
Physics has been divided into the following sections:
Commentary: Several comments have been posted about Physics.
Recommend a Web site you feel is appropriate to this work,
classics.mit.edu /Aristotle/physics.html   (27 words)

 Physics Today August 2007
Homemade panels significantly reduce noise in a busy hospital unit
Teaching about the arms race — Dietrich Schroeer
Copyright © 2007 by the American Institute of Physics
www.aip.org /pt   (130 words)

 Physics Forum
The water crisis is real - so stop your compla...
Could the universe began with complete zero no...
Or check out the Physics News Page to find more stories.
www.topix.net /forum/science/physics   (273 words)

 Reviews of Modern Physics
ISSN 1539-0756 (online), 0034-6861 (print) ©2007 by The American Physical Society All rights reserved.
Reviews of Modern Physics™ is a trademark of The American Physical Society.
Use of APS online journals implies that the user has read and agrees to the Terms and Conditions in the Subscription Agreement.
rmp.aps.org   (60 words)

 Physics Songs .. PhysicsSongs.org
This page is hosted by Haverford College, and is maintained by Walter F. Smith, Associate Professor of Physics.
Songs sung by the Cavendish Society in the early 1900's
Director of the Physics Division, Argonne National Lab
www.haverford.edu /physics-astro/songs   (0 words)

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