The American Physical Society is an organization that publishes several important journals in the field of Physics, including The Physical Review, which was founded at Cornell University in 1893. The website provides information about meetings, programs, careers in physics, and advocacy efforts.
Physicsworld.com is the online version of the journal Physics World, a publication of the Institute of Physics. Users can read news stories, search for articles by subject area, find out about events, search for jobs, subscribe to the print version, and join the IOP. There is also a buyer's guide to companies and products.
The AIP is an organization of physical sciences professionals. Publishes numerous journals. The site also contains sections on history, jobs, and announcements of meetings of the National AIP and smaller groups.
Physlink.com is a comprehensive physics and astronomy online education, research and reference site. On the site users can Ask the Experts, look at a Physics Job Board, find out about University physics departments, send Einstein eGreetings, and shop at the Science eStore. There is also information about physics societies, journals, publishers and more.
This website comes from the Institute of Physics Publishing. It provides users with nanotechnology news, products, jobs, events and information. The site also contains highlights of the latest Nanotechnology Journal, subscription information, and how to submit a paper to the journal. There is also information of companies that use nanotechnology and the site can be searched by company name.
Citebase Search began in 2005 and is located at the University of Southampton in the UK. Citebase searches for citations in the fields of physics, math, information science, and biomedical articles published in the UK. Searches are by author, citation, or an identifier (keyword). The homepage cautions visitors that Citebase is in an experimental stage and not yet complete or authoritative.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is the oldest of the country's national labs and is managed by the University of California for the U.S. Department of Energy. Research includes physics, computing, life sciences, materials sciences, and environmental energy technologies.
The following articles provide recent physics-related news.
From the heart of Silicon Valley, a physics Ph.D. father and son duo invented a new jigging device (the Smart Jigger) that not only has caught a lot of fish, but is also the first of its kind seen ...
PRWeb. Thursday, 30 Jul 2020 00:00:00 GMT.
Researchers combined avalanche physics with ecosystem data to create a computational method for predicting extreme ecological events. The method may also have applications in economics and politics.
Science Daily. Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 14:37:55 EDT.