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Eureka Prizes nominations are closing soon. There are 18 different categories across fields of research and innovation, science leadership, science engagement and school science. Nominations close 14 April. Read more
Early Career Plasma Physics Prize: IUPAP is calling for nominations for the 2023 Early Career Scientist Prize On Plasma Physics (C16). Apply by 30 April. Read more.
The South Australian Scientist of the Year and the South Australian Innovator of the Year will each receive a prize to the value of $25,000. The winners of the remaining categories (school educator of the year, university or registered training organisation educator of the year, science and industry collaboration, and PhD research) will each receive a prize to the value of $10,000 to use towards their career development. Apply by 21 April. Read more
Early Career Scientist Prize in Computational Physics: IUPAP’s Commission on Computational Physics (C20) is seeking nominations for the prize by 31 May. Read more, and email your nomination to Mei-Yin Chou.
Women in Physics Lecturer: dates for this year’s lecture tour with Prof Karen Livesey will be announced shortly. In the meantime, AIP is calling for applications for the 2024 lecturer. Apply by 1 June. Read more and nominate.
Nominate for the 2023 NSW Community Outreach to Physics Award: awarded to individuals that conduct activities that engage our community and contribute to public engagement within physics. Apply by 7 October. Read more.
Do you have an innovation that's ready to take to market? Apply for support from the NSW Physical Sciences Fund. Register your details on the mailing list for updates.
About 60 undergraduate and graduate students attended the Canberra International Physics Summer School in January 2023, with this year’s theme of ‘Fields and Particles’. Videos of dark matter lectures by Professor Nicole Bell are available online. Read more.
Did you join us in Adelaide for the AIP Congress in 2022? Check out our photo gallery, which captured the week. We're already starting to prepare for the next Congress, to be held in December 2024. Stay tuned for details.
See your work published in Australian Physics magazine. We’re always on the look-out for write-ups of published papers, physics poems, and physics-related graphics and artwork. Send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.