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Manchester, UK: the IOP particle, astroparticle, and nuclear physics group meeting

The University of Manchester next week plays host to a swarm of physicists working in nuclear physics, particle physics and astroparticle physics.

It’s ‘IOP2015′, the Institute of Physics’ group meeting for all three fields, all taking place at the same time in the same venue. 153 more words

Journal Of Physics G: Nuclear And Particle Physics

Physics Madness Bracket

To coincide with the college basketball playoffs, Symmetry Magazine is running a “Physics Madness” bracket populated by various experiments/facilities in particle physics, nuclear physics, and astrophysics. 15 more words

Science

Thoughts on Nuclear Bombs

Moreover, the enemy has begun to employ a new and most cruel bomb, the power of which to do damage is, indeed, incalculable, taking the toll of many innocent lives.  

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Image of the week: a potential energy pizza

Pizza is one of the most popular dishes in the world, and can be topped with almost anything. But this time, it’s not quite edible. 186 more words

JPhys+

Nuclear Power in our holographic Universe.

Dear Visitor,

William Blake, some two hundred years ago, watched with deep misgivings as the Industrial Revolution changed English society. In this mood, he prayed: “God preserve me from single-eyed vision, and Newton’s Sleep”. 1,615 more words

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February's LabTalks in JPhysG: cosmic rays and nuclear reactions

This February, nuclear fission, cosmic rays and nuclear reactions took centre stage in JPhysG’s LabTalks. We ask authors to describe their research and their findings in a non-specialist way, helping readers to understand the advances presented in their research. 169 more words

Journal Of Physics G: Nuclear And Particle Physics

Scientific theory vs the experimental method

How can we enhance our understanding of the uncertainties that arise when experiment and theory come together? A new focus issue in JPhysG explores ways to assess uncertainty and improve both the precision and accuracy of nuclear models. 689 more words

Computational Physics