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21 Oct 2021

IOP Publishing makes abstracts openly available

IOP Publishing (IOPP) has joined the Initiative for Open Abstracts (I4OA), a collaboration between publishers, infrastructure organisations, librarians, and researchers to promote the open availability of abstracts. IOPP will deposit abstracts of their scholarly communications with Crossref, the not-for-profit Digital Object Identifier (DOI) registration agency bringing together abstracts in a common format in one searchable...

05 Oct 2021

Congratulations to the Nobel Prize in Physics winners

IOP Publishing would like to congratulate Syukoro Manabe, Klaus Haselmann and Giorgio Parisi on winning the 2021 Nobel Prize for Physics. They have been awarded the prize for their ground-breaking contributions to our understanding of complex physical systems.   Syukoro Manabe and Klaus Haselmann have been jointly awarded half of the 2021 NobelPrize in Physics for their physical modelling of Earth’s climate, quantifying variability and reliably predicting global warming.   Giorgio Parisi was awarded the other...

29 Sep 2021

Physics World Jobs relaunches with a host of improved features

Physics World, the world’s leading physics magazine, has relaunched Physics World Jobs with a host of improved features to help job seekers find their next role. With a diverse range of opportunities for scientists at all career stages, the new site makes online applications easier with the ability to create an account, to save vacancies,...

16 Sep 2021

Registration opens: IOP Publishing’s free-to-attend Environmental Research 2021 conference

Following COP26, participants will connect with leading environmental experts to discuss the direction and effectiveness of the latest research and inspire global action Scientists, academics and policymakers dedicated to tackling environmental threats can now register to attend IOP Publishing’s (IOPP) Environmental Research 2021 conference. Taking place virtually between 15 and 19 November, participants will connect...

09 Aug 2021

IOP Publishing response to UKRI open access policy

We share UKRI’s ambition for a full transition to open access (OA) which aligns with our mission to expand physics globally and we welcome many elements within the new policy. However, we are disappointed that UKRI has chosen not to prioritise gold OA, which we believe is the best way to achieve full and sustainable...

27 Jul 2021

First papers publish in Neuromorphic Computing and Engineering – IOP Publishing’s new open access journal

IOP Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of the first issue of Neuromorphic Computing and Engineering (NCE), a new, multidisciplinary, open access (OA) journal devoted to the design, development and application of artificial neural networks and brain-inspired systems towards advancing scientific discovery and realising emerging new computing technologies. The first issue includes: Giacomo Indiveri University of Zurich and ETH...

01 Jul 2021

New IOP Publishing award celebrates excellence in nanoscience

IOP Publishing is calling for nominations for its ‘Outstanding Early Career Investigator in Nanoscience Award’ which recognises and rewards the exceptional achievements of early career researchers in nanoscience. The award, which is being held to coincide with ChinaNano 2021, will celebrate scientific excellence and exceptional promise for future contributions in nanoscience relating specifically to energy...

01 Jul 2021

IOP Publishing joins DIMPACT to help track and manage its digital carbon impact

IOP Publishing (IOPP) has joined DIMPACT, a collaborative project that helps participants from the digital media and publishing industries to map and manage their digital carbon footprints.  Developed by computer scientists at the University of Bristol, and facilitated by sustainability experts Carnstone, DIMPACT is backed by some of the world’s most innovative media companies. The DIMPACT tool enables the greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) associated with serving digital content – downstream from the...