Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics (PTEP)
is an international journal that publishes articles on theoretical and experimental physics. PTEP is the successor
to Progress of Theoretical Physics (PTP), which terminated in December 2012 and merged into PTEP in January
2013. PTEP is a fully open access, online-only journal published by the Physical Society of Japan.
v.495 (no. 7442) March 28, 2013 "This special issue of
Nature looks at the transformation taking place in scientific publishing. A
News Feature weighs claims that
online, author-pays publishing can drastically cut costs, and several authors discuss how they make open-access publishing work
for them. The special also looks at broader aspects of publishing, including the idea that the concepts of journal and article
are being superseded by real-time filtering algorithms and what the future holds for libraries or their virtual successors."
SpringerPlus is a a peer-reviewed, open access journal with a
broad interdisciplinary approach covering all areas of science, technology, engineering, medicine, the humanities
and social sciences. Submissions are handled by an interdisciplinary, international board of academic editors.
This interdisciplinary, fully open access journal is now indexed by PubMed Central and Scopus®. SpringerPlus is
part of SpringerOpen, the publisher’s portfolio of over 120 open access journals across all areas of science,
14 of which already have an impact factor.
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This is the time of year when
we lose our online access to a few titles; which titles is unpredictable of course. The
sooner we can report these issues the sooner they can be resolved. To report problems,
please just email Alison or you can use
the EJ problem report form if
you prefer. Thank you.
Mathematicians plan to launch a series of free open-access journals that
will host their peer-reviewed articles on the preprint server arXiv.
The project was publicly revealed in a blog post by Tim Gowers, a Fields Medal winner and mathematician at the University of Cambridge, UK. Read more.