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31 Mar 2016

IOP Publishing partners with Editage to launch new manuscript preparation services for authors

IOP Publishing is partnering with Editage, a leader in English language and publication support services, to provide a range of manuscript support services for authors working in physical sciences and engineering. Launching today, 31 March 2016, IOP Editing Services will provide manuscript services such as English-language editing, translation, plagiarism checks and technical reviews. The services...

23 Mar 2016

Help make our website easier to use

Are you a scientist who carries out online research or are you a faculty staff member who works closely with researchers? We are looking to speak to you and your colleagues to find out how you work online. Specifically, we would like to ask you about the peer review process and how you search for...

18 Feb 2016

Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Joining our colleagues at the Institute of Physics, we invited our Twitter followers, as well as our staff, to take photographs of themselves nominating their favourite female scientist. We shared these photos on Twitter using the #WomenInSTEM hashtag.

10 Feb 2016

ABSW IOP Student Science Publication Award now open

The IOP Student Science Publication Award, one of the ABSW Science Writers’ Awards, is now open for entry. Launched in 2014, the award which is supported by IOP Publishing and the Institute of Physics, recognises the contribution that student publishers make to science communication. It is open to student journalists who produce a regular science...

28 Jan 2016

2016 Japan Prize honours trailblazer Hideo Hosono

Congratulations to Professor Hideo Hosono who has been awarded the Japan Prize for the “creation of unconventional inorganic materials with novel electronic functions based on nano-structure engineering”. A material scientist, Professor Hosono is also known for the discovery of iron-based superconductors. His research looks at glass-like transparent materials known for their insulating properties and devising...

26 Jan 2016

JPhysD Section Editor recognised in Australia Day Honours

Congratulations to Professor Chennupati Jagadish, Section Editor of Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics (JPhysD), who has been awarded Australia’s highest honour for his service to physics and engineering. Professor Jagadish is Distinguished Professor and Head of the Semiconductor Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology Group at the Australian National University. He is also the vice-president of the...

21 Jan 2016

IOP Publishing staff raises £9k for local charity Bristol Mind

January is a time when many make New Year’s resolutions to improve physical and mental wellbeing and take stock of accomplishments from the past 12 months. Staff at IOP Publishing’s head office in Bristol are thrilled to report that following fundraising efforts last year, they raised a massive £8,960 for local mental health charity Bristol...

07 Jan 2016

IOP Publishing launches Quantum Science and Technology

Quantum information science has now become one of the fastest growing areas of research, characterised by its truly multidisciplinary nature and the significant potential it has for wide-ranging technological innovation. In response to this situation, and demand from the community itself, IOP Publishing is pleased to announce the launch of Quantum Science and TechnologyTM, a...

14 Dec 2015

New Senior Product Manager appointed for IOP Publishing

Terry Hulbert has been announced as the new Senior Product Manager, Content Platform for IOP Publishing (IOP). Terry will be responsible for driving the development roadmap for IOPscience, IOP’s content platform. He will be focused on ensuring that the platform and the services it provides meets the needs of IOP’s readers and partners. He will...

26 Oct 2015

Physics World wins Eddie Award

Physics World® magazine has won best "App/Digital Edition" and has also picked up an honourable mention for best "Design Cover" at the Eddie and Ozzie Awards.