The University of York and leading experts from all over the world have put together a free online Nuclear Masterclass designed to keep Year 11,12 and 13 students busy over the summer.
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The four-week programme has been created for students studying Physics in years 11, 12 and 13 (S5 and S6 in Scotland) and allows for flexible learning in or out of the classroom.
The course is lead by the Department of Physics at the University of York and leading experts from features content from leading experts from all over the world. It is designed as an introduction to the cutting-edge research in Nuclear Physics and applications of nuclear technologies.
The four-week programme offers participating students 3-5 hours of content per week. The programme will allow you to work at your own pace be available from Monday 22 June (9am) – Friday 31 July (5pm).
Alongside this content webinars with leading experts will take place weekly second recording will be made available after the event. Students will not only be able to ask specific questions of experts during the webinars but also throughout the week through a forum.
Students who successfully complete all activities will receive a certificate of participation from the University.
You can sign up at york.ac.uk/physics.