Some of us have recognised the need to create a society for Open University students and graduates whose primary interest is in the world of physics. How many of you would love to visit CERN or other institutions like the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory? Perhaps you want to attend some of the lectures and meetings held by the Institute of Physics but don't want to go on your own?
Would you welcome the opportunity to read reviews of OU courses before you take the plunge? Would you like to receive a quarterly newsletter with content provided by Physics Web, other students and perhaps staff & members of the OU physics dept? Would you like to influence the university on its choice of future courses - or on post graduate education?
How often do you wish you had a list of student contacts to help with a particular problem or to maybe discuss 'natural philosophy' with at a local pub? With the creation of Fusion and affiliation with the Institute of Physics - we hope to extend your OU experience by running a society open to all.
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