60 Best Physics Blogs and Websites

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Here are 60 Best Physics Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. Physics World

Physics World News, views and information for the global physics community from Institute of Physics Publishing. It contains features from the world's leading physicists and science writers, comprehensive news and analysis, incisive opinion pieces, sound careers advice, reviews of the best new books and multimedia.
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2. Backreaction

Backreaction Sabine Hossenfelder, aka Bee Research Fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies. I am a physicist. More exactly, I am a theoretical physicist. People often wonder what a theoretical physicist does. You might not believe it, but most of the time I think. Processes like this usually involve lots of coffee and walking up and down the corridor. I am working on physics beyond the standard model, phenomenological quantum gravity, and modifications of general relativity. You find more about my research on my homepage. If you want to know more about me, Follow this blog feed.
Twitter Followers 117.9K Frequency 1 post / day Domain Authority 59 Get Email Contact

3. Quantum Frontiers

Quantum Frontiers A blog by the Institute for Quantum Information and Matter @ Caltech
Facebook Followers 4.9K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 51 Get Email Contact

4. APS Physics Magazine

APS Physics Magazine Physics is a free, online magazine from the American Physical Society. The publication primarily reports on papers from the Physical Review journals, focusing on results that will change the course of research, inspire a new way of thinking, or spark curiosity. The stories behind these findings are written by experts, journalists, and our staff writers for the benefit of the physics community and beyond.
Facebook Followers 238.7KTwitter Followers 198.4K Frequency 6 posts / week Domain Authority 84 Get Email Contact

5. Physics Forums Insights

Physics Forums Insights Scientific physics forums for professionals and students to discuss serious issues and topics regarding physics in theory, practice, study and reality. Students can also find help for homework and career perspectives
Facebook Followers 49.3KTwitter Followers 6.6K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 67 Get Email Contact

6. MIT Physics

MIT Physics The MIT Physics Department is one of the best places in the world for research and education in physics.
Facebook Followers 37.8KTwitter Followers 26.1K Frequency 6 posts / month Domain Authority 93 Get Email Contact

7. Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University

Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University Covers astronomy, pythagorean astronomy, physics and more. We have a large outreach programme made possible by members of the School volunteering their own time. As part of this programme, we offer a range of talks on cutting edge scientific research from academics in the School.
Facebook Followers 984Twitter Followers 1.8KInstagram Followers 74.2K Frequency 6 posts / year Since Dec 2013 Domain Authority 80 Get Email Contact

8. Ex Libris Universum | American Institute of Physics

Ex Libris Universum | American Institute of Physics A federation of physical science societies, the American Institute of Physics advances, promotes, and serves the physical sciences for the benefit of humanity. A blog chronicling AIP's Niels Bohr Library & Archives' history of physics collections.
Facebook Followers 4.4KTwitter Followers 5.1K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 77 Get Email Contact

9. Physics - Harvard University

Physics - Harvard University Research in the Department seeks to explore and explain fundamental questions that range from understanding the origin of the universe, including string theory, cosmology, and astrophysics, to understanding the visible world of colloids and the world on an ever diminishing scale, from the mesoscale to the nanoscale, condensed matter, and atomic, molecular and particle physics.
Facebook Followers 19.2KTwitter Followers 10.7K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 94 Get Email Contact

10. Phys.org

Phys.org Phys.org internet news portal provides the latest news on science including: Physics, Nanotechnology, Life Sciences, Space Science, Earth Science, Environment, Health and Medicine.
Facebook Followers 1.4MTwitter Followers 1M Frequency 26 posts / day Domain Authority 90 Get Email Contact

11. Interactions.org - Particle Physics News and Resources

Interactions.org - Particle Physics News and Resources News from the world's particle physics laboratories.
Twitter Followers 15.5KInstagram Followers 1.9K Frequency 3 posts / month Domain Authority 54 Get Email Contact

12. Not Even Wrong

Not Even Wrong My name is Peter. I'm currently a Senior Lecturer in the Mathematics department at Columbia University, where I teach, do research, and am responsible for the department Computer system. At various times, I've also been our Calculus Director, coordinating Calculus teaching. My academic background includes undergraduate and master's degrees in physics from Harvard, a Ph.D. in particle theory from Princeton, and postdocs in physics (ITP Stony Brook) and mathematics (MSRI Berkeley).
Frequency 5 posts / month Domain Authority 93 Get Email Contact

13. FY! Fluid Dynamics

FY! Fluid Dynamics Celebrating the physics of all that flows. Find posts and updates on maps.
Twitter Followers 11.9KInstagram Followers 934 Frequency 4 posts / week Since Oct 2010 Domain Authority 42 Get Email Contact

14. Skulls in the Stars

Skulls in the Stars The intersection of physics, optics, history and pulp fiction. The author of Skulls in the Stars is an associate professor of physics, specializing in optical science, at UNC Charlotte. The blog covers topics in physics and optics, the history of science, classic pulp fantasy and horror fiction, and the surprising intersections between these areas.
Twitter Followers 18K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 50 Get Email Contact

15. Berkeley News - Physics

Berkeley News - Physics Physics News from the University of California, Berkeley. The Physics Department at UC Berkeley is consistently ranked one of the best in the world and is home to eight Nobel Laureates.
Facebook Followers 3.7KTwitter Followers 3.1KInstagram Followers 272.6K Frequency 5 posts / year Domain Authority 93 Get Email Contact

16. UMD Physics - Research News

UMD Physics - Research News Research news from The University of Maryland Physics Department
Twitter Followers 1.5K Frequency 5 posts / year Domain Authority 88 Get Email Contact

17. Physics-Based Animation

Physics-Based Animation This site is dedicated to accumulating and highlighting research in the exciting field of physics-based animation for computer graphics. In general, the topics that I usually include are rigid bodies, deformable bodies, cloth, articulated bodies, collision detection, meshing, shells, hair, liquids, gases/smoke, explosions, fracture, and the list goes on.
Twitter Followers 2K Frequency 3 posts / month Domain Authority 29 Get Email Contact

18. The Flipping Physics Blog

The Flipping Physics Blog Hi, I'm Jonathan Thomas-Palmer, Graduated from the University of Michigan in 1997 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. After being an engineer for a while I went back to the University of Michigan and graduated with a Master's in Education in 2000. I started teaching High School Physics in the fall of 2000 and taught College Prep Physics for 13 years. Follow to learn real physics with Billy, Bobby, and Bo in my Flipping Physics classroom!
Facebook Followers 32.9KTwitter Followers 1.7K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 37 Get Email Contact

19. Brian Jackson

Brian Jackson Assistant Professor of Physics at Boise State University
Twitter Followers 999 Frequency 3 posts / month Domain Authority 21 Get Email Contact

20. Open Source Physics @ Singapore

Open Source Physics @ Singapore A blog about physics computer models made in easy java simulation authoring toolkit and open source physics tools by a Singapore teacher.
Twitter Followers 679 Frequency 6 posts / week Domain Authority 34 Get Email Contact

21. Hogg's Research

Hogg's Research David W. Hogg is a Professor of Physics and Data Science in the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics in the Department of Physics at New York University. He is also Group Leader for the Astronomical Data Group in the Center for Computational Astrophysics of the Flatiron Institute, and he has an affiliation with the Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie. His main research interests are in observational cosmology, especially approaches that use galaxies to infer the physical properties of the Universe.
Twitter Followers 10.9K Frequency 2 posts / week Domain Authority 30 Get Email Contact

22. Physics from the edge

Physics from the edge Blog by Mike McCulloch. I chose the title Physics from the Edge because the theory of inertia I have suggested (MiHsC) assumes that local inertia is affected by the far-off Hubble-edge. I've written a book called Physics from the Edge
Twitter Followers 13.2K Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Sep 2008 Domain Authority 32 Get Email Contact

23. Nanoscale Views

Nanoscale Views My name is Douglas Natelson. I am a physics professor at Rice University. My group uses nanoscale tools to address open questions in condensed matter physics, the study of the remarkable emergent properties of materials.
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24. ThinkPhysics

ThinkPhysics Physics is about exploring the world, and we think those explorations can be delightful, surprising and satisfying. We believe physics should be accessible to everyone, for study and pleasure, from early years through school to employment and beyond.
Facebook Followers 134Twitter Followers 640 Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 27 Get Email Contact

25. Quantum Physics

Quantum Physics A blog dedicated to physics; especially quantum physics.
Frequency 7 posts / year Domain Authority 5 Get Email Contact

26. Physics and Physicists

Physics and Physicists ZapperZ's physics blog on the world of Physics and Physicists.
Frequency 11 posts / year Domain Authority 42 Get Email Contact


THE PHYSICS DETECTIVE The physics detective is a fundamental physics website. It features blog-style essays which refer to historical papers and hard scientific evidence. The aim is to play the detective and come up with coherent descriptions of some of the things that tend to be overlooked. Such as how gravity works, how a magnet works, and how the nuclear force works. Plus other things like how pair production works and what the electron is. There's some excellent material out there offering some vital clues.
Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 12 Get Email Contact

28. Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog

Lincoln School Maths & Physics Blog Lincoln School of Mathematics & Physics Blog. The School offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in a range of fundamental and applied mathematics and physics.
Twitter Followers 833 Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 27 Get Email Contact

29. Physics News

Physics News Physics News provides the latest updates on Physics research and studies.
Frequency 3 posts / quarter Domain Authority 21 Get Email Contact

30. The Blog of Phyz

The Blog of Phyz High school physics education issues as seen by one California teacher: From content standards to critical thinking.
Frequency 2 posts / quarter Since Jul 2006 Domain Authority 30 Get Email Contact

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Physics Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Physics. Get Spreadsheet
Blogger NameEmailBlog LinkTotal Blog Posts
Nicole Sharpfyfluiddynamics.com134
Sabine Hossenfelderbackreaction.blogspot.com106
Isabelle Duméphysicsworld.com69
Hamish Johnstonphysicsworld.com59
Kimeee Heatleyphysics.mit.edu44
Evgeny Khukhrolincolnmathsphys.wordpress.com27
Tami Freemanphysicsworld.com27
Michael Banksphysicsworld.com26
Douglas Natelsonnanoscale.blogspot.com24
Charles Dayphysics.aps.org22
Katherine Wrightphysics.aps.org22
Rachel Berkowitzphysics.aps.org21
Michael Schirberphysics.aps.org20
Marric Stephensphysics.aps.org13
Margaret Harrisphysicsworld.com12
Walter Silasprobingphysics.com12
Matteo Riniphysics.aps.org10
Ryan Wilkinsonphysics.aps.org10
Anne Supleeumdphysics.umd.edu7
James McKenziephysicsworld.com7
Matin Durraniphysicsworld.com7
Robert P Creasephysicsworld.com7
Philip Ballphysics.aps.org6
James Daceyphysicsworld.com6
Katherine Skipperphysicsworld.com6
David D. Noltegalileo-unbound.blog6
Bart Vorselaarslincolnmathsphys.wordpress.com5
Nicole Yunger Halpernquantumfrontiers.com5
Allison Gaspariniphysics.aps.org4
David Ehrensteinphysics.aps.org4
Martin Rodriguez-Vegaphysics.aps.org4
Andrei Zvelindovskylincolnmathsphys.wordpress.com4
Laura Hiscottphysicsworld.com4
Sophia Chenphysics.aps.org3
Mike McCullochphysicsfromtheedge.blogspot.com3
Hannah Devlin Science correspondenttheguardian.com3
Bill Hobbaphysicsforums.com3
Anna Demmingphysicsworld.com3
Unnati Akhouriphysicsworld.com3
Christopher Dickenslincolnmathsphys.wordpress.com2
Shayan Majidyquantumfrontiers.com2
Ian Sample Science editortheguardian.com2
Mark Stuckeyphysicsforums.com2
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Physics from the edge
About - Blog by Mike McCulloch. I chose the title Physics from the Edge because the theory of inertia I have suggested (MiHsC) assumes that local inertia is affected by the far-off Hubble-edge. I've written a book called Physics from the Edge.

Department of Physics by University of Oxford
About - Welcome to the Oxford Physics Department. We aspire to be one of the best physics departments in the world by conducting cutting-edge research and by teaching and developing the careers of the next generation of physicists. We work on major facilities worldwide, develop the most advanced experimental techniques and the most sophisticated theoretical methods to investigate nature at every scale.

Cardiff University - Physics and Astronomy outreach
About - Public engagement projects and events from School of Physics and Astronomy.