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Introductory Mechanics ReView Course - May 12, 2014

Registration is open for a free online MIT-level course in Introductory Newtonian Mechanics targeting teachers who want to improve their pedagogy, their conceptual overview of Mechanics, and their problem-solving skills. CEU's are available.

Mechanics Online - May 20, 2013

Register now for a free online introductory Mechanics course designed to improve conceptual understanding and problem solving skills.

published by Professor David Pritchard

Pre-Health Education Initiative - Jan 03, 2013

MedEdPortal, an initiative of the American Association of Medical Colleges, is looking for teaching resources in physics and other sciences related to pre-health courses and competencies.

published by American Association of Medical Colleges

Molecular magnets stand in line - Oct 29, 2010

Researchers in Europe have succeeded in creating molecular magnets capable of adopting a preferred orientation on a gold surface. The result is an important advance for the burgeoning field of spintronics – in which electronic devices exploit the spin of an electron as well as its charge.

published by

LHS First Physics - Apr 02, 2010

The Large Hadron Collider at CERN started its first research run with beams colliding at 7 TeV on 30 March, 2010

published by CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research)

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