This weeks image comes courtesy of the Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics special issue “Focus on Exotic Beams at ISOLDE: A Laboratory Portrait” The photograph in the image shows what is thought to be the largest quadruple… Read More ›
Fe3O2BO3 is a ludwigite with a single type of metallic ion (Fe). The ludwigites belong to the family of oxyborates and are characterized by the presence of low dimensional sub-units in the form of three legged ladders (3LL) along the… Read More ›
In the second of a series of interviews, meet Simone Giombi, Igor Klebanov and Grigory Tarnopolsky, the authors of Conformal QED d , F-theorem and the ε expansion.
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Recent research reveals that previously unknown relativistic physics could be at the heart of femtosecond coherent magnetism.
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Since 2009, Journal of Physics A has awarded an annual Best Paper Prize, which serves to celebrate well written papers that make significant contributions to their field.
This weeks image come from a Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Special Issue on oxide interfaces
We get some inspiration after speaking with Dr Jesús Pérez Ríos, member of Professor Chris H. Greene’s group (Purdue University), about his research and hearing his overview of the field of AMO physics.
Holly Young, Publisher for JPhysG, will be attending Advances in Radioactive Isotope Science
How can this be studied through the nonlinear magnetization dynamics of coupled ferromagnetic nanowires?
Hai-Yang Zhang and Ning Xu shed some light on magnetic excitations in iron pnictides
New constraints on theoretical nuclear models will help to determine the astrophysical site of the rapid neutron capture process One of the longstanding open problems in physics is the quest to understand how the elements on the periodic table are… Read More ›
Rare-earth clustering in sulphide and selenide materials
The Fermi-surface topology is revealed by angular-dependent magnetoresistance and quantum oscillations in LuPtBi
Astrophysical reactions that are almost impossible to measure can now be studied in the laboratory The field of Nuclear Astrophysics is an exciting field that brings together scientists from many different communities: Stellar Observers, astrophysics modellers, meteorite experts, nuclear experimentalists… Read More ›