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Advances in physics recognized by 2008 IOP AwardsUK | Posted on October 3rd, 2007
The Institute of Physics' (IOP) 2008 awards have today (Wednesday, October 3) been announced. This year ten new awards have been introduced to ensure that the awards scheme keeps pace with the research interests of the physics community. The awards recognise a broad range of physicists in fields as diverse as biological physics, particle and astrophysics.
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