In mid-October, AIP Publishing announced that it is one of the first STM publishers to begin making federally funded research articles it publishes in its journals publicly available through CHORUS (Clearing House for the Open Research of the United States). Over the next twelve months, AIP Publishing will make over 900 government funded articles freely available to the public via CHORUS, helping the U.S. government expand access to research funded by the American public. Read more.
A new journal has been added to our IOP subscription package.Translational Materials Research is a new type of learned publication focusing on the steps needed to translate breakthroughs in advanced materials research into commercial technologies, products and applications. TMR focuses on specific themes, including: Materials and devices for next-generation technologies; Scalability, reliability, lifetime issues; Product development issues: integration, packaging, testing; and Novel fabrication technologies
BrowZine (the mobile app for journal browsing) now connects to Get it! for easy interlibrary loan requests when embargoes or other problems impede access to fulltext of a particular article. A version of BrowZine for the web which can synced with your mobile app is reportedly coming soon.
ORCiD - WU Libraries now has a research guide to ORCiD. Individual scholars should sign up for a free account in the ORCID Registry; this takes about 30 seconds. Once registered, you can manage the record of your career, publications and activities.
Symmetry Magazine: Dimensions of Particle Physics is a free online magazine for physics lovers. A joint publication from Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, the periodical veritably bursts with up-to-date information about particle physics and its connections to other aspects of life and science. Readers will find articles featuring the cutting edge world of research into everything from the Higgs boson particle to the mysteries of galaxy-swallowing black holes. In addition to the articles that are continually updated on the homepage, the site is categorized by departments (breaking, commentary, essay, feature, gallery, etc.) and science topics (astrophysics, cosmic frontier, dark energy, extra dimensions, etc.). The site can also be scouted by browsing the archives, where full PDF versions of the magazine are available for download. For science educators looking to pique the interest of their students, as well as anyone fascinated by the latest breakthroughs in particle physics, this site will not disappoint.
AIP Publishing will launch a new open access journal dedicated to photonics research in Spring 2016. APL Photonics will feature high quality original research covering all areas within the field of photonics. APL Photonics will publish online monthly and will be open for manuscript submissions in Summer 2015.