Next week Phononics 2015 kicks off its third conference. Find out who’s on the programme here.
This week’s image is taken from a review that looks at how physical models are able to predict the 3D structure of RNA.
2D materials for 2D electronics and negative thermal expansion are explained by JPCM author’s in this month’s LabTalks.
Read about the latest in single dopant research and how it hopes to improve the future of electronic semiconductor devices.
Superconducting topological insulators, efficient solar cells and transcription factors acting like buoys. JPCM’s authors explain all in March’s LabTalks.
Emilio Artacho answers our questions on his research, his experiences in physics and what he believes to be the greatest problem facing humanity.
Find out why theoretical modelling is vital in creating better materials for renewable energy.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter welcomed Susan perkin, Laurence Ramos and Xiangjun Xing to the Liquids, soft matter and biological physics Editorial Board in 2015. Read their profiles to find out more about them.
In 2015 Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter was joined by Matthias Batzill and Ke He. Read the profiles of the latest additions to the Surface, interface and atomic-scale board here.
9000 physicists and some of the IOP Publishing team have descended on San Antonio, Texas for the APS March meeting. Find out what I’ve been up to since it started yesterday.
Once the doors open on Monday morning, please come and visit the IOP Publishing exhibition booth to see all of the journals and products we offer including those in the Journal of Physics series and look out for more of my posts throughout the week.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter covers broad and diverse areas from soft condensed matter to nanostructures. Find out more about our new Advisory Board members and their research here.