Physics grants

27th May 2005 at 01:00
Grants of up to pound;400 are available to schools and colleges for small-scale projects or events linked to teaching physics. Projects linked to astronomy, space and particle physics are particularly encouraged. Ideas for using the funds might include running a school-based science week activity, buying materials outside normal department resources or organising a visit with a working physicist. The grants are awarded by the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council and the Institute of Physics.

Tel: 0207 470 4800

http:teachingphysics.iop.org

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