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Long Talks/ Lessons

A2 Revision Notes

Circular Motion and SHM
Gravitational & Electric Fields
Radioactivity
Magnetic Fields
Capacitors and Capacitance
Thermal Energy
Astrophysics

General Physics

Year 8: Radioactive Christmas
Year 9: Physics and Music
AS Radioactivity
AS Young’s Modulus
AS Revision Notes
Primary Physics States of Matter
Slides for Solar Talk
Photoelectric Effect
The Physics of Light (Key Stage 2)
The Physics of Forces (Key Stage 2/3)
Light
Light for Koreans!

Workshops/ Challenges

Balloon Cars
Bottle Flip/ Angular Momentum
Light & Energy

Computing

Images and Audio in Binary
Women in Computer Science Poster



Physics Resources

How Stuff Works : For basically EVERYTHING. Also Try the podcast ‘Stuff You Should Know‘
Hyper Physics : This is at a level high enough for an undergraduate physics degrees, but explains everything very well!
The IOP’s outreach resource list
The IOP’s Education Kit
ExoPlanets from the IOP
Interactive Simulations
Supporting Physics Teachers.net
The Times Education Supplement’s resource centre
Sense About Science: a nice site if you need quick advice: a nobel laureate, postdoc and PhD student database with over 6,000 contributors.
UCL’s outreach centre
Cambridge’s outreach efforts– needs a big revamp design wise but good info for lecture series and undergraduate
Ben Goldacre’s column from The Guardian
Practical physics for the classroom from Nuffield
BBC Bitesize: Your first stop for curriculum focussed science
The Scale of the Universe: To make you feel really small…
The Material World podcast from the BBC
Cambridge‘s Senior Physics Challenge
Oxford‘s Women in Physics
IOP‘s Expand Physics A-Level Leaflets
IOP‘s Opening Doors, Guide to Gender Diversity in Schools
Tomorrow’s Engineers is great: cool engineering resources
Deutsche Bank: Born to Be
Ada Lovelace Resources in Schools: Resources
WISE Campaign People Like Me



Grants and Funding Opportunities

All, some American only: Association for Women in Science
All: The Nuffield Foundation
All: The Royal Society of Chemistry
All: The Women’s Engineering Society
All: The IOP
Imperial Students: The IC Trust
Cohort funding for PG activities at Imperial 
Undergrads and postgrads: The Institution of Engineering and Technology ‘s Ambition Awards
Third-year doctoral students on the basis of academic excellence British Federation of Women Graduates
Material Science: The Armouers and Brasiers Gauntlet Trust
The Institute of Physics’ Very Early Career Woman Physicist of the Year
Postgraduate and postdoctoral: Fulbright Awards
Female postgraduates: Funds for Women Graduates
Exceptional needs for either research or other costs: Daphne Jackson Trust Special Discretionary Fund
Travel/ Equipment: The Royal Society
Annual poster competition: SET for Britain
Various grants lists:
    WISE campaign http://www.wisecampaign.org.uk/women/funding
    Science Careers: http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/career_magazine/previous_issues/articles/2000_05_31/nodoi.16094295288747995254



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