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A website with physics demonstration videos that feature New Zealand high school students doing, enjoying, and explaining physics experiments. Bilingual in English and te reo Maori.
Particle physics is the study of the fundamental constituents of matter and the forces of nature. This website is for everyone who wants to know more about particle physics.
Java applet links demonstrating Kinematics, dynamics, rotational motion, static's, oscillation, thermal physics, wave motion, electrodynamics, optics, quantum physics, nuclear physics.
Physics GCSE & A-level revision & information website covering all topics. Covering AQA's current GCSE Physics and AS & A2 Physics courses.
A reading list compiled by physics teacher Helen Reynolds that would be suitable for anyone taking physics at school.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Big bang blogs puts you in touch with e-mentors who can answer your questions about what it's like to study physics or what opportunities physics and science ...
The Shockwave Physics Studios is a series of interactive animations designed for high school physics students.
Describes the physics of the roller coaster with useful links to all the physics involved. This is a brilliant site!
An experiment from our Physics To Go series about geometry. All you need is a raw egg and plastic bag or glove (for the unconfident!).
Rhet Allain investigates the physics in everyday life in his blog on wired.com.
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