The Institute of Physics is a leading scientific membership society working to advance physics for the benefit of all.
Today the Showcasing Physical Sciences Impact Event, sponsored by the IOP and @RoySocChem , brings together academics and industrialists to celebrate physical sciences research. Follow today's proceedings at #PhysicalSciencesImpact
Registration deadline is fast approaching for The IOP Magnetism Winter School. Book your place before 5 Dec 👉
Nominations for the 2020 IOP Awards are open! Do you know an outstanding physicist who deserves recognition? Are you working with someone inspiring in physics? Then nominate them for one of our awards by 13 January! #IOPAwards20 #IOP100
The winner of the IOP Technician Award will receive £1,000, a trophy and a certificate presented at our awards dinner. Do you know someone who deserves to be recognised? Nominate them before 13 Jan 👉 #IOPAwards20
Happy first day of #autumn ! Today is the #Septemberequinox , meaning the days are noticeably shorter and the nights longer. Equinoxes occur when the Sun illuminates the Northern and Southern Hemispheres equally, so day and night are of roughly equal length. #autumnequinoxequinox
Happy birthday to professor Stephen Hawking, who turns 75 today!
Happy birthday to Marie Skłodowska Curie, born #onthisday in 1867. During her career she discovered radium and polonium and was the first woman to be awarded a Nobel Prize. She remains the only person to receive a Nobel Prize in two different sciences. #WomeninSTEM #IYPT2019
Physics Gif Friday: a magnetic cube attracts and appears to dive into a ferromagnetic putty containing iron oxide
Calling all #WomenInScience ! To celebrate International Day of Women & Girls in Science on Monday, we want to showcase women working in physics today. Tweet a selfie and tell us what you do using #iamaphysicist and we’ll retweet! #WomenInSTEM #WomenInScienceDayDay
Happy Birthday to Sir Isaac Newton, born #onthisday (according to the Gregorian calendar) in 1643. Newton discovered the law of universal gravitation, the three laws of motion, is credited for co-developing calculus, and invented the first working reflecting telescope.