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8th July 2020 - An important breakthrough in how we can understand dead star collisions and the expansion of the Universe has been made by an international team, led by the University of East Anglia. Read more....
Physics at UEA is a multi-faceted discipline, covering themes as diverse as quantum physics, fluid mechanics, geophysics and chemical physics. Our courses bring together expertise from across the Faculty of Science to deliver exciting, diverse and cutting-edge teaching, backed by pioneering research.
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Our degrees are designed to give you a firm grounding in fundamental physics concepts, before allowing you to specialise in either applied or theoretical fields.
Thanks to the genuinely interdisciplinary nature of scientific research at UEA, we can offer a unique mix of modules, taught by experts in a wide range of fields. You can study theoretical physics and fluid mechanics with leading mathematicians, chemical physics and spectroscopy with our highly rated chemists, and geophysics and oceanography with internationally renowned environmental scientists.
Physics research takes place across the entire Faculty of Science, incorporating many highly regarded Schools of study.
Our physics community combines theoretical and applied research, tracing the connections between mathematical models, ocean waves, underground lava flow, quantum electrodynamics and the structure of molecules.
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At UEA we’re renowned for great student experience, innovative teaching and ground-breaking research. Use the links below to find out more about our unique physics courses, our amazing faculty and the inspiring research we’re working on. We also have a thriving Physics and Astronomy Society at UEA, take a look at their website and facebook page to see what they get up to.