About The Editor

Not just a blog, physicsfocus is a community for those passionate about physics. We host comment and analysis on a wide range of physics matters, from particles to policy, education to energy.

The end

On June 17, 2015

Physicsfocus will no longer be publishing new posts. We will, however, be looking at new ways of engaging the physics community online in the near future. We’d like to thank all our contributors and readers for the past two-and-a-bit years, 120 posts and 790 comments. It’s been a pleasure.

Physics Focus: Our first year

On April 3, 2014

It’s our birthday: Physics Focus first began publishing a year ago today. Since then, we’ve run 78 articles from 27 different writers, and attracted more than 500 comments from readers. We’ve covered everything from supernovae to storytelling, and from nuclear to nonsense. Here are some of the highlights from our first 12 months.

#sciconfessions: Our bloggers spill their darkest secrets

On August 1, 2013

Over the last few days, scientists have been telling all on Twitter. Failed experiments, stupid mistakes, accidental E. coli poisoning… you name it, someone has admitted to it. See the latest #sciconfessions here. We asked our bloggers to share their scientific confessions that don’t fit into 140 characters. Have your own? Tweet with #scionfessions or tell […]