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Picture Collaborations workshop June 2016

Collaborations: A physicist’s guide to working in partnership

27 July 2016

A new guide has been published by the Institute of Physics to equip doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers with an understanding of collaboration and its value to their careers

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Ninth Lunchtime Rendezvous of the Seniors' Group in Aberdeen
The ninth Lunchtime Rendezvous of the Seniors' Group in Aberdeen will take place on Friday, 28 October 2016, 10:30 – 16:30 in Aberdeen Maritime Museum.

Brexit- Where next for physics in Scotland?
IOP Scotland will be holding a debate on the implications for Scottish science at 1000-1400 on 5 October 2016 in the National Museum of Scotland. All IOP members are invited. Please register to take part.

IOPS Aberdeen Public Lecture Series
The next lecture in the IOPS Aberdeen Public Lecture Series will be on Monday 3 October 2016 at Robert Gordon's College, Schoolhill, Aberdeen, AB10 1FE.

IOP Scotland member is recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Congratulations are due to Professor John Campbell BROWN, FRSE Astronomer Royal for Scotland who has been award an OBE for services to the Promotion of Astronomy and Science Education.

Prize winners announced for Reflections on Light competition
Young people from across Scotland were presented with prizes for winning an Institute of Physics competition in a ceremony at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on 13 June 2016.

27 September

  • 1825 The first passenger trains pulled by locomotive begin operating on the Darlington–Stockton railway
  • 1905 The journal Annalen der Physik published Albert Einstein’s paper on the relationship between energy and mass, from which we get his famous equation E = mc2.
  • 1918 Birth of Martin Ryle, the radio astronomer who shared the 1974 Nobel Prize with Antony Hewish for pioneering work in radio-astrophysics
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