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Thinking of Applying for a PhD Place in Physics or Astronomy?

Back in Cardiff at the start of Week 11, the last week of teaching before Christmas, I realise that some final-year undergraduate and Masters students will be using the forthcoming vacation to think about applying for PhD places. 1,183 more words

Education

A Message from Maynooth

Today I started a new job, as Professor of Theoretical Physics in the Department of Theoretical Physics at Maynooth University, in County Kildare in the Irish Republic. 337 more words

Biographical

Review: French Industrial Relations in the New World Economy - by Nick Parsons

This book focuses on the different components that comprise French Industrial relations, neatly divided up into 8 distinct chapters with a thorough introduction and conclusion. Each chapter goes into detailing a particular aspect of the French Labour movement. 141 more words

Book Review

Congratulations to the winners of our Open Access Week competition

To celebrate Open Access Week in October, we invited our students and staff to enter a prize competition for a chance to win one of two Amazon Gift vouchers. 118 more words

Open Access

Invading the Advanced Archery Session as a Beginner

How different is the advanced session archers to the beginners? I took a chance and went to the session to see what it was like, to take pictures and just enjoy the experience. 375 more words

Archery

Let me tell you about a Late Night Live Lounge!

🚫Warning: This blog post contains photos taken by a drunken student on a night out. Photos may contain alcohol, horrible throwback club photos and shameless, drunken selfies that were once considered ‘cute’. 358 more words

Glamoween, a Spooky Halloween Special!

🚫Warning: This blog post contains photos taken by a drunken student on a night out. Photos may contain Strobe lighting, Shrek costumes and blurred and shameless, drunken selfies. 405 more words