UNF physics wins American Institute of Physics’ Meggers Project Award

UNF physics wins American Institute of Physics’ Meggers Project Award

The UNF Department of Physics is one of two winners of the American Institute of Physics’ William F. and Edith R. Meggers Project Award. This biennial award provides funding for projects aimed at boosting interest in physics and improving the quality of high school physics education.

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