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A new ANImated MOLecular viewer has been released: AniMol is here

It's finally here, the new molecular viewer "AniMol" (ANImated MOLecules) is in beta for free public use. AniMol allows you to create interactive views of molecular structures or dynamics thereof and then gives a permanent link and QR code image for access from anywhere, including on mobile devices. For example, check out the #sarscov2 spike proteins' plausible opening/closing motion at https://lnkd.in/ec7RpSyz or https://lnkd.in/eyT_DpEx.

AniMol was created by current Maths and Physics 3rd year student James Panayis working with recent Warwick Physics graduate James Partington and Prof. Rudo Roemer from theory group. Their work has been funded in part by a Warwick InnovationsLink opens in a new window "Impact Acceleration Account" fund.

Wed 20 Jul 2022, 13:52 | Tags: Undergraduates, Research

New Students Joining in 2021

For all those students joining us this autumn, we are pleased to welcome you to the Department of Physics.

Please visit our welcome page for further information.

Wed 18 Aug 2021, 18:09 | Tags: Undergraduates

Graduating Class Prizes 2021

Congratulations to the following graduate students:

Excellence in the graduating MMathPhys class - Guy Moss

Excellence in the graduating BSc Maths & Physics class - Benjamin Somner-Bogard

Excellence in the graduating MPhys class (Styles Prize) - Niccol├│ Fontana

Excellence in the graduating BSc Physics class (Seymour Prize) - Yusuf Birader

Excellence in the MPhys/MMathPhys project - Rohan Varadaraj & Toby Shepherd

Excellence in the BSc project - Ziad Fakhoury

Tue 20 Jul 2021, 11:43 | Tags: Undergraduates

New Students 2020

For all those students joining us this autumn, we are pleased to welcome you to the Department of Physics. Please visit our welcome page for further information.

Wed 02 Sep 2020, 10:48 | Tags: Undergraduates

Pettifer Prize 2018-19

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The Pettifer Prize is presented annually to the first year Physics student with the best overall examination performance. It honours the memory of Dr Robert Pettifer, who was a member of the Department from 1972 until his retirement due to ill-health in 2007.

The 2018/19 prizewinner is Adam Gore, who receives a copy of the Feynman Lectures on Physics. The prize was presented by Robert's wife, Mary, and daughter, Candice, who kindly donated an Amazon voucher to add to the prize.

Mon 02 Dec 2019, 15:15 | Tags: Undergraduates, Awards

Paul Goddard wins Teaching Award 2017/18

All undergraduates in the Department were invited to vote for who they would like to win the Physics Department Teaching Award 2017/18. The winner was Paul Goddard. The Head of Department, David Leadley, presented the award to Paul in one of his lectures this term.

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Paul also won the Award in 14/15. The other winners have been: Neil Wilson (15/16) and Martin Lees (16/17).

Wed 20 Feb 2019, 13:57 | Tags: Undergraduates, Awards

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