Physics and Instrumentation**

The progression of modern technology is largely based on fundamental physics research and instrumentation development. Innovation in all areas of science, engineering, measurement and technology relies on the development of new instrumentation and measurement techniques. The aims of these programmes are to satisfy those who have an interest in fundamental science and present them with opportunities to find rewarding careers. Throughout the programmes, there is an emphasis on practical work and projects. Projects are often based on individual students’ interests and have included: medical instrumentation development, remote measurements using drones, building electronic musical equipment, investigating solar cells and many more.