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Christian Box receives ALPSP award

IOP ebooks awarded ALPSP Award for Innovation in Publishing

IOP Publishing's book programme, IOP ebooks, has been awarded silver in the ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing.

12 Sept 2014Bristol, UK
Product Catalogue and pricing

2015 Product Catalogue and prices now available

IOP Publishing's 2015 Product Catalogue and prices for customers based outside of the Americas are now available on our Librarian Channel.

20 Aug 2014Bristol, UK
Webinar with Professor Yaroslavsky

Advanced Digital Imaging Laboratory Using MATLAB®: Questions and answers from the webinar

Professor Leonid Yaroslavsky answers questions that we did not have time for in the IOP ebooksTM Meet the author webinar.

12 Aug 2014Bristol, UK
Access to Research logo

Six months in, and 80% of UK library services sign up to Access to Research

10 million academic articles, including content from IOP Publishing, now included in the initiative.

06 Aug 2014Bristol, UK

IOP Publishing in the news

Many of IOP's products, people and developments regularly appear in the media. A selection of this coverage is listed below. IOP Publishing is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.

Artificial heart to pump human waste into future robots

Covered by New Scientist, Fox News and Metro

. 08 Nov 2013Bioinspiration and Biomimetics

Heat waves to become more frequent and severe

Covered by the Independent and Guardian

. 15 Oct 2013Environmental Research Letters

Scientists model extraordinary performance of Bolt

Covered by BBC, USA Today and Popular Science

. 26 Jul 2013European Journal of Physics

Australian physicists cast new light on spin-bowling

Covered by Guardian, New York Times and The Telegraph

. 05 Jul 2013Physica Scripta

Researchers estimate over two millions death annually from air pollution

Covered by BBC News, Guardian and CNN

. 12 Jul 2013Environmental Research Letters

Research news

chin strap

"Smart material" chin strap harvests energy from chewing

A chin strap that can harvest energy from jaw movements has been created by a group of researchers in Canada.

17 Sept 2014Bristol, UK
germanene

Graphene gets a 'cousin' in the shape of germanene

A team of European researchers has become one of the first groups to successfully synthesize the 2D material germanene.

10 Sept 2014Bristol, UK
physics world

In September's Physics World: Scientists get set for simulated nuclear inspection

Some 40 scientists and technicians from around the world will descend on Jordan in November to take part in a simulated on-site inspection of a suspected nuclear test site on the banks of the Dead Sea.

01 Sept 2014Bristol, UK
silicene

Researchers prove stability of wonder material silicene

An international team of researchers has taken a significant step towards understanding the fundamental properties of the two-dimensional material silicene by showing that it can remain stable in the presence of oxygen.

12 Aug 2014Bristol, UK
fish pollution

Water-polluting anxiety drug reduces fish mortality

A drug that is commonly used to treat anxiety in humans and which regularly finds its way into surface waters through wastewater effluence has been shown to reduce mortality rates in fish.

08 Aug 2014Bristol, UK
cigarette butts

Used-cigarette butts offer energy storage solution

A group of scientists from South Korea have converted used-cigarette butts into a high-performing material that could be integrated into computers, handheld devices, electrical vehicles and wind turbines to store energy.

05 Aug 2014Bristol, UK
solar super storm

August's Physics World: Scientist underlines threat of inevitable "solar super-storms"

In this month’s issue of Physics World, Ashley Dale from the University of Bristol warns of the “catastrophic” and “long-lasting” impacts of “solar super-storms” and the dangers we face if the threat continues to go unnoticed.

01 Aug 2014Bristol, UK