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Physics Portal

As part of the Journal Nature's Web site, the Physics Portal, is an online resource providing physicists easy access to timely, relevant research. After the free registration users can view current and past articles, arranged by subject including everything from astro to quantum physics. The site also contains news articles, meeting and job information, a links page, and more, making it a...

https://www.nature.com/subjects/physics?error=cookies_not_su...
Physics Central

Physics Central is how the 42,000 physicists of the American Physical Society "communicate the excitement and importance of physics to everyone." The continually updated Web site provides news and insight into the world of physics through articles, subject and physicist features, pictures, answered questions, and much more.

https://www.physicscentral.com
The Physics Van Outreach Program

The Physics Van Outreach Program is a part of the University of Illinois Physics Department, whose Web site contains some good learning tools for kids. The question database is an accumulation of over 1000 physics related questions from kids and their corresponding answers. Visitors can browse the questions by date of entry or by subject, and can even search by keyword. The major subjects covered...

https://van.physics.illinois.edu
PhysLink: Physics & Astronomy Online

PhysLink.com "is a comprehensive physics and astronomy online education, research, and reference web site." The home page provides the latest news in physics and astronomy. Those looking for employment can visit the Physics Job Board. Students and educators will find the reference section valuable whether they need Nuclear and Particle Data or equations for physics and math. Anyone with questions...

https://www.physlink.com/
NSF: Division of Physics

The homepage of the Division of Physics (PHY) at the National Science Foundation displays the department's activities in Atomic, Molecular, Optical, Plasma, Elementary Particle, Gravitational, and Nuclear Physics. A unit of the United States government, PHY has the major responsibility of ensuring the health of physics research and education in the country's colleges and universities. Scientists...

https://www.nsf.gov/div/index.jsp?div=PHY
Mesons Violate Bell's Inequality

Peter Rodgers at Physics Web produced this Web news article describing the results of the first test of the Bell's inequality of quantum mechanics in a high-energy particle physics experiment. The Web site reports that when using B mesons the KEK laboratory in Japan found that the inequality was violated by three standard deviations. Students can learn about the basics of Bell's inequality and...

https://physicsworld.com/a/mesons-violate-bells-inequality/
Quantum Diaries

At this Interactions' website, individuals can "follow physicists from around the world as they live the World Year of Physics." Students and educators can discover what it is like to be a physicist through biographies of their lives, videos, photos, and blogs. The website presents events for the World Year of Physics 2005. Researchers can find links describing basic physics research by scientists...

https://www.quantumdiaries.org/
Curtin University of Technology: Physics Research

This website presents Curtin University of Technology's applied physics research primarily in the areas of isotope science, remote sensing, materials research, and marine science and technology. Researchers can discover the University's collaborative efforts in projects to determine the age of Western Australian rocks and minerals, the concentrations of impurities in the Antarctic ice, and other...

https://about.curtin.edu.au/learning-teaching/science-engine...