Christmas is a time for festivities, family, friends, and food. It has been a turbulent year for many, but in the world of food physics there have been some fascinating developments since our post last year. From knives to mince… Read More ›
Image of the week: Gold (frankincense and myrrh)
Our last Christmas image of the week.
Season’s Greetings from JPhys+
Celebrate a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year with some beautiful festive physics artwork.
Christmas image of the week: baubles
We’ve picked out some of our best bauble-esque images for this weeks festive post. Happy holidays!
Advent Electronica #3
Advent’s back, back again. Day 11 and time for another 1 kΩ resistor, this time so we can use the red LED as a photodiode, or light sensor. When the red LED’s cathode is connected to the battery, it will conduct… Read More ›
The physics of food
Food is amazing, and not just to eat. So before you tuck into your dinner tonight or think about celebratory delights like Champagne, take a look at how your food works.
Christmas image of the week: X-ray scattering
The second of our festive Images of the Week.
Advent Electronica #2
The second installment of our Christmas circuitry feature! This time featuring resistors, sensors and transistors.
Advent Electronica #1
Who needs a chocolate advent calendar when you have an electronic advent calendar? Not us here at JPhys+, that’s for sure. Find out more about how we’re marking the days leading up to Chrismas.