Take a look at our JPhysD Roadmap programme. This collection aims to bring together some of the leading voices in the most exciting areas in the physical sciences. Unique to IOP Publishing, these articles are written collaboratively by leading researchers… Read More ›
Next generation biomedical smart systems will rely on creative integration of microfluidics and magnetic sensors for high-performance biosensors
Could 2D materials open new avenues for magnetic tunnel junctions and spin electronics?
This week’s image of the week is a vector plot of the function (10) from the JPhysD article Spin-transfer-driven oscillations of the magnetic quasi-vortex in a dot with crystalline cubic anisotropy Andrzej Janutka and Przemysław Gawroński 2017 J. Phys. D:… Read More ›
Can we understand the cell membrane structure using chemistry tricks?
In their recent Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics special issue paper, invited as part of our Emerging Leaders special issue, Rachel Grange et al investigate the use of nanoscale materials in nonlinear optics. The goal of the Optical Nanomaterial Group at… Read More ›
How functional can fibers become? Using a scalable thermal drawing process, we fabricated polymer fibers with a cantilever-like cross-sectional structure capable of sensing and localizing touch.
Hybrid nanostructures can be implemented as efficient and selective photocatalysts in water remediation technologies
British Science Week starts on Monday, running from the 10th to the 19th of March. Organised by the British Science Association, British Science Week celebrates science, technology, engineering and mathematics across the UK with events all over the country. Here at JPhys+, we thought this would be a great excuse to highlight a selection of some of the great research produced by our authors based in the UK.
Can small scale experiments help to understand and quantify granular flows at the geophysical scale?
Could directed pharmacological treatments of the skeleton alter cell membrane function?
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This week’s image of the week is a typical spectral map with a set of lines of spectra for exchange spin waves, both in coordinates kAa, kBa. The image is taken from the article “Formation of the band spectrum of… Read More ›
Why do apparently simple nanomagnets exhibit such complicated behaviours?