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Department of Physics
The courses we offer are complemented by our inspirational research programmes in physics and astrophysics.
Researchers find a way to make single-crystal flake devices that are so thin and defect-free, they might outperform existing components in quantum computers.
Physicists at the University of Bath observe a new physical effect in chiral (twisted) nanoparticles.
Bath hosts the largest National Astronomy Meeting in the Royal Astronomical Society’s 200-year history.
Physicists at Bath have uncovered a new mechanism for enabling magnetism and superconductivity to co-exist in the same material.
Astrophysicists have developed a new method for finding changing-looking quasars - important but extremely rare objects in deep space.
Physicists at the University of Bath observe modified energy landscapes at the intersection of 2D materials.
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Mathematics and Physics student Rebecca Lane found inspiration for the future while attending a STEM event during her placement.
Physics student Adam Stannard opted for a placement as an operational research analyst to gain new skills and insight into the business world.
Physics student Tim Jones on gaining experience in a research-engineering role and securing a graduate role with Dyson.