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Canadian Association of Physicists
The Canadian Association of Physicists is a broadly-based national network of physicists working in educational, industrial, and research settings. We are a strong and effective advocacy group for support of, and excellence in, physics research and education.
Pakistan Physical Society
In 1986, Dr. G. Murtaza and Dr. A. H. Nayyar at QAU Islamabad organized a National Symposium on Frontiers in Physics (Jan 26-30, 1986) on the occasion of Prof. Abdus Salam’s 60th Birthday which fell on 29th January.
International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
The International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) was established in 1922 in Brussels with 13 Member countries and the first General Assembly was held in 1923 in Paris. The Union is governed by its General Assembly which meets every three years.
Physics World. Com
Physicsworld.com - news, views and information for the global physics community from Institute of ... X-ray laser images nanoclusters on femtosecond timescale.
Physics Buzz Blog
Physics Buzz ... We get all sorts of questions in our "Ask a Physicist" inbox, (including a positively disheartening number .... Search This Blog. In October, it was named among the five best physics blogs
Physics and physicists
ZapperZ's physics blog on the world of Physics and Physicists.
In his blog, Dot Physics, Allain discusses physical concepts, answers questions related to physics and math, and debunks questionable physical claims
A vast conglomerate of blogs on many different sciences. The Physical sciences section contains, among many others, the excellent Neuron Culture by David Dobbs