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Physics InSight is a series of slideshows designed to inform and excite undergraduates about physics. Slideshow topics include:
APS hopes these slide shows will be shown in venues frequented by potential physics majors, such as university science buildings.
Physics Insight is designed to allow users to add their own content to the slideshows. You can either insert content onto blank slides which look similar to the other Physics InSight slides, or add your own pre-existing Power Point slides. Learn how to customize InSight slides.
APS Physics InSight Slideshow - April 2020
While the full slideshows are available for download through the download button above, below you can find more information about each slide. Scroll down and gain deeper InSight by clicking around and learning more about each slide topic!
December manages a team working on a medical device! Click the thumbnail to learn more.
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Evelynn Hammonds is a well-known scholar who has served as a dean of Harvard!
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Learn what’s going on in physics, who’s doing what in physics, and the physics of everyday things!
Read about factors contributing to career success and those creating barriers, as reported by physics PhDs.