IOP Publishing is celebrating reaching the milestone of the publication of its 100th book The 100th title to publish, Butterﬂy in The Quantum World – The story of the most fascinating quantum fractal by Professor Indubala I Satija, contains a prologue and guest chapter by Douglas Hofstadter, the renowned physicist and author who first wrote […]15 Sep 2016Bristol, UK
IOP Publishing and the Institute of Physics congratulate the winners of the ABSW IOP Student Science Publication Award, announced at the 3rd European Conference of Science Journalists.23 Jul 2016Manchester, UK
The 2015 Impact Factors, published by Thomson Reuters, once again show significant growth for journals published by IOP Publishing with more than half of the portfolio seeing an increase from last year.14 Jun 2016Bristol, UK
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Numerical analysis considers both surface and guided waves, accounts for soil dissipation, and provides design guidelines for implementing earthquake protection using an array of ground-based cavities Metamaterials – artificial structures that exhibit extraordinary vibrational properties – could come to the rescue of regions threatened by earthquakes, according to new results published in the New Journal […]7 Sep 2016
Hairy-leaved plants that selectively soak up oil while repelling water could inspire more efficient environmental remediation.18 Aug 2016Bristol, UK.
Well-understood physical and chemical processes can easily explain the alleged evidence of a secret, large-scale atmospheric spraying program.12 Aug 2016Washington DC, USA
New research published in the New Journal of Physics tries to decompose the structural layers of the cortical network to different hierarchies enabling to identify the network’s nucleus, from which our consciousness could emerge.2 Aug 2016Ramat Gan, Israel
Latest calculations reveal why small variations in the rotation of the ball applied by slow bowlers in cricket can cause batsmen big problems even before deliveries have pitched on the ground.22 Jul 2016Bristol, UK
Scientists propose ‘adaptive gravity’ as a versatile model for collective animal behaviour A team of researchers based in Israel and the US has found a mathematical resemblance between swarm dynamics and gravitational interactions.22 Jul 2016Bristol, UK
Rembrandt and many other of the Old Masters may have used cutting-edge optics to aid their self-portraits.14 Jul 2016Bristol, UK