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Physics is the natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and force.

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Searchable database of physics resources from the Institute of Physics which matches a person's question, age and knowledge profile to handpicked sites.

Physics | Khan Academy

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If you're taking Physics in High School, we're here to help! Look for the Class help sections in different subjects for class-specific content. We'll be adding more ...

UMD Department of Physics - UMD Physics

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A team of University of Michigan and University of Maryland researchers, including Physics' Lixin Dai, is the first to catch x-ray echoes of a tidal disruption event.

Physics World

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physicsworld.com - news, views and information for the global physics community from Institute of Physics Publishing.

Physics - spotlighting exceptional research

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Brief explanations of selected research papers from Physical Review Letters ( PRL) at a level accessible to most physicists.

MIT Department of Physics

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Physics Spotlight. Clownfish fight off predators of anemones that in turn provide habitats for the clownfish, an example of mutualism. But mutualistic relationships  ...

Physics Central

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Find out how physics is part of your world. We answer your questions on how things work and keep you informed with daily updates on physics in the news.

Physics Department, Princeton University

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Hamilton Colloquium Series: Ryan Patterson, Caltech; “Next questions in neutrino physics and the NOvA experiment”. Sep 22, 2016, 4:30 p.m.. Jadwin A10.

The Physics Classroom

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Tutorials and practice exercises for high school physics. Includes animations, diagrams, and multimedia examples.

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Physics
Physics is concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy. Subject matter includes but is not limited to: light and other radiation, heat, mechanics, sound, electricity, magnetism, and the structure of atoms.
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