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05 August 2017

Updates - Beecroft Building

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For more details and updates on our fantastic new building click here.

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13 April 2017

New video - FULL CIRCLE

New Ideas + New Tools = New Science

Have a look at our latest video showing a full circle of collaboration involving education, research, enterprise and student support.

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29 March 2017

The Triumphal Palmyra Arch in Florence, Italy.

Dr Alexy Karenowska, a member of the Condensed Matter Physics group, through her work in Oxford’s Institute for Digital Technology (IDA) is in Florence, Italy, for the unveiling of the replica of the Palmyra Arch. To learn more about IDA’s work, click here.
The arch will be on display until the last week of April.

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20 March 2017

Principessa Maria Elettra, daughter of Guglielmo Marconi, visits Physics Oxford

Today we were delighted and honoured with the visit from Principessa Maria Elettra, daughter of Guglielmo Marconi. Prof Paolo Radaelli and Dr Alexy Karenowska hosted her visit to Physics, together with other members of the Department.

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17 March 2017

Alumni event at the Oxford and Cambridge Club

Alumni Reception in London

Last week, Dr Sam Vinko gave a wonderful talk to Physics Alumni & Guests at the Oxford & Cambridge Club.
His talk was titled: "From stars to proteins: unveiling material response in intense X-ray fields” and guests' feedback has been fantastic.
This yearly event is always very popular and is really nice to meet new people every time.

Professor John Wheater, Head of Physics, hosted this lovely evening.

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01 June 2016

Robert Kennicut's Hintze Lecture video now available

The 12th Hintze Lecture delivered by Professor Robert Kennicutt, Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge.

Title: Unveiling the Birth of Stars and Galaxies

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14 April 2016

David Francis Howell (1955 - 2016)

David Francis Howell (1955 - 2016)

A note from the Department's Senior Administrator, Malcolm Bradbury:

Dear All,

I am sorry to inform you that, following a short illness, David Howell passed away on Thursday 7th April at Wexham Park Hospital. David had recently decided to retire this year which makes this news particularly sad and poignant.

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23 March 2016

The Final Dennis Sciama Memorial Lecture delivered by Professor David Deutsch FRS is now online

The Final Dennis Sciama Memorial Lecture

Professor David Deutsch FRS (Oxford)

Title: The Unity of the Universe

Thursday 3rd March, 2016. Martin Wood Lecture Theatre

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16 February 2016

AOPP Alumni Event - 'Climate change in the run-up to the Paris conference: what has Physics got to say?'

Prof David Marshall, Prof Tim Palmer CBE FRS, Prof Laure Zanna, Prof Myles Allen and Prof Raymond Pierrehumbert, some of the current faculty in Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics in Oxford engaged in the research that underpins the whole debate over climate change, hosted a fantastic event at The Royal Society, London, last November.
Before the event, The Royal Society offered a tour of the Organisation to Physics Alumni attending the AOPP event.

Below, a list of the topics covered on the evening:

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25 September 2015

Meeting Minds Oxford Alumni Weekend 2015

Meeting Minds Alumni Weekend in Oxford

Physics opened its doors to alumni and friends on Friday 18th (with the popular telescope tours) and on Saturday 19th, with lectures, posters, members of staff to talk to about Particle Physics, Space Instruments and Atomic and Laser Physics among other things; followed by a reception.

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