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PhysSoc welcomes a new crop of students

We’re gearing up to welcome our new crop of first-year students next week, and a host of student mentors from the student-run physics society will be on hand to help make sure everyone feels at home.  In the guest post below, PhysSoc president Jake Lester explains what the society does and why it’s a good …

Summer Research: Systems Engineer at BAE Systems

An interview with undergraduate Jake Lester, who has been working on a summer internship at BAE Systems.  Jake will be shortly returning to Nottingham for his fourth and final year of the MSci programme and will also serve as president of PhysSoc.   This is the second post in a continuing series focusing on how our students are …

Fond Farewells

Congratulations to our new BSc and Msci graduates! Only Physics graduates could do this….#UoNgraduation 🤣😂 pic.twitter.com/AoYP8YMEUX — Lesley Wood (@LesleyWoodPhoto) July 13, 2017   Graduation is always an important part of the academic calendar.  It’s always a little strange to mingle at the reception we hold at the School to celebrate our new graduates:  all …

Join PhysSoc: a smooth start to university life

PhysSoc is here to help students enjoy a smooth transition into student life. We understand that heading off to university for the first time can be a daunting experience. You may not know quite what to expect, or how you will adjust. We want to help you settle in, find your way around, and meet …

Welcome to our new physics and astronomy blog!

Welcome to the School of Physics and Astronomy’s Blog. This blog has been set up by our School community of students and academic staff, to share their insight into what it’s like to study physics and astronomy at the University of Nottingham. In our blog we’ll cover all aspects of our research and teaching. You’ll discover the …