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    2015 Physics Photo Calendar

    2015 Physics Photo Calendar

    Use the stunning pictures featured on AAPT's 2015 calendar to showcase physics in your classroom. Each month features one of the top 100 entries from the AAPT High School Physics Photo Contest complete with explanatory text. Creative, educational and practical. All proceeds support the AAPT HS Photo Contest. Call 301.209.3651 for special pricing on volume orders. Product Code: CAL-15

    • Members: $ 0.00
    • Regular: $12.00
    Diodes: Articles for Physics Educators

    Diodes: Articles for Physics Educators

    In celebration of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics, AAPT presents this resource for members to use in teaching about the physics behind the Nobel Prize. Total of 16 articles from The American Journal of Physics and The Physics Teacher. Access insturctions: Download pdf from the download manager on the receipt page.

    • Members: $ 0.00
    • Regular: $20.00
    The Amazing Story of Quantum Mechanics

    The Amazing Story of Quantum Mechanics

    A signed book - a greet gift idea! - A MATH-FREE EXPLORATION OF THE SCIENCE THAT MADE OUR WORLD. Signed by the author on inside cover page. Limited quantities on hand. A highly entertaining exploration of the complicated science of quantum mechanics made easy to understand by way of pop culture. As a young science fiction fan, physicist James Kakalios marveled at the future predicted in the pulp magazines, comics, and films of the '50s and '60s. By 2010, he was sure we'd have flying cars and jetpacks. But what we ended up with-laptop computers, MRI machines, Blu-ray players, and dozens of other real-life marvels-are even more fantastic. In The Amazing Story of Quantum Mechanics, he explains why the development of quantum mechanics enabled our amazing present day.

    • Members: $17.00
    • Regular: $19.00