Meet Journal of Physics G’s Reviewer of the Year 2016: Dr Christian Beck

The Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics is one of the highest-ranking nuclear physics journals, and includes both experimental and theoretical articles.

17 Aug 2017

Meet Journal of Physics B’s Reviewer of the Year 2016: Professor Aurelien Dantan

There are two primary reasons why Professor Aurelien Dantan, from Aarhus University, Denmark, referees for the Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics.

3 Aug 2017

Introducing Multifunctional Materials – a new multidisciplinary journal from IOP Publishing

The design and manufacture of materials capable of multiple functions – so called “multifunctional” materials – has emerged as a rapidly growing direction within materials science.

24 Jul 2017

IOP Publishing in 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.

Did cutting edge optics help Rembrandt draw self-portraits?

Covered by The New York Times, The Times, The Daily Mail and The Smithsonian

14 Jul 2016

Knuckleball machine delivers soccer science

Covered by The Daily Mail, Discovery News' Seeker and Gizmodo

13 Jul 2016

KM3NeT unveils detailed plans for largest neutrino telescope in the world

Covered by The Daily Mail, International Business Times and Popular Science

24 Jun 2016

Radical pair analysis overcomes hurdle in theory of how birds navigate

Covered by The Washington Post

9 Jun 2016

Addressing antibiotic resistance: breath analysis aims to reduce unnecessary prescriptions

Covered by The Daily Mail, Medical News Today and Medical Daily

8 Jun 2016

Research News

Nanomaterials help spiders spin the toughest stuff

Spiders’ silk is already tough stuff – just ask your friendly neighbourhood Spiderman.

15 Aug 2017

Analysis highlights failings in US’s advanced nuclear program

Despite repeated promises over the past 18 years, the US Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) is unlikely to deliver on its mission to develop and demonstrate an advanced nuclear reactor by the mid-21st century.

10 Aug 2017

Cognitive hearing aid filters out the noise

US engineers have made a major advance in helping hearing-impaired people follow a conversation in a noisy environment, with a new method that brings cognitive hearing aids a step closer to reality.

4 Aug 2017

Colour-shifting electronic skin could have wearable tech and prosthetic uses

The ability of some animals, including chameleons, octopus, and squid, to change their skin colour for camouflage, temperature control, or communication is well known.

25 Jul 2017

Networking is key for cells during bone formation

A new study into the way bone cells organise during bone formation could open the door to a better understanding of diseases such as osteoporosis.

19 Jul 2017

Mathematical modelling could help with personalised cancer care

A new study from the University of Southern California could pave the way for improving personalised lung cancer care and treatment.

14 Jul 2017

Robots take inspiration from insects to track targets

The way insects visualise and hunt their prey could help improve autonomous robotic technology, according to a pioneering new study conducted by a team of engineers and neuroscientists from The University of Adelaide and Lund University.

13 Jul 2017