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The latest news, statements and responses from the Institute of Physics.
22 July 2021
IOP Chief Executive Professor Paul Hardaker comments on the publication of the government's Innovation Strategy and Research and Development (R&D) People and Culture Strategy.
16 July 2021
The results of the elections to the Institute of Physics Council were announced at the IOP’s Annual General Meeting on 15 July 2021.
23 June 2021
Dr Katherine Dunn has been named as one of the Women’s Engineering Society’s Top 50 Women in Engineering: Engineering Heroes for 2021.
14 May 2021
To mark this year’s International Day of Light, UNESCO is calling on people to sign up to the #TrustScience pledge.
29 April 2021
Ahead of the forthcoming elections, the Institute of Physics is calling on the Scottish and Welsh parliaments to each focus on six priorities during their next sessions.
29 April 2021
University students at Hello World Hack 2021 were set a challenge by the IOP to look at improving diversity and inclusion in physics.
18 March 2021
The goals set out in Global Britain in a Competitive Age will be reached only with the right financial investment, according to the IOP.
16 March 2021
Three young physicists recognised for their wide-ranging research at the esteemed STEM for Britain competition.
3 March 2021
Today’s Budget will support the physics sector to help the UK meet its green targets – and young scientists can help.
26 February 2021
The government’s plans for exams are ‘still only the least worst solution’.
19 February 2021
The establishment of an Advanced Research and Invention Agency is a step towards the UK’s R&D targets in the next decade, says the IOP.
11 February 2021
The IOP is seeking the views of the physics community to help inform a consultation on the future direction of higher education on the island of Ireland.
13 January 2021
IOP recognises young duo for kinetic energy work at online BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition awards, while the Lightning Show turned physics into rock and roll.