Calling all J1s: Intensive Physics Revision begins!

In the past, we’ve had students who were still dissatisfied with their physics grades joined us around this period for our Intensive Physics June Revision. For some, it could be due to CCAs and other commitments, for others, it could be due to having to...

Intensive Physics Revision Begins!

In the past, we’ve had students who were still dissatisfied with their physics grades joined us around this period. For some, it could be due to CCAs and other commitments, for others, it could be due to having to constantly new concepts before having reinforced...

Physics of the cosmos: star death and black holes

What happens when stars die? In Chapter 20 Nuclear Physics, we learnt that stars are fueled by the nuclear fusion of hydrogen to form helium deep in their interiors. The outflow of energy from the central regions of the star provides the pressure necessary to keep the...

Physics of the future: WiTricity

Imagine walking into a room and all your electronic devices start charging instantaneously, without you having to fumble through numerous wires to find the correct one to plug into your devices. Sounds like something from a futuristic sci-fi movie? Well, this future...

Physics in Nature: Aurora

Visiting Norway to catch the aurora borealis has recently grown in popularity, and is making its way into the bucket list of many. From the encounters of those who have seen it, it is truly a magical experience! To these lucky few, no videos or pictures could do...