Modelling twisted ribbons.
Physicists update predator–prey model for more clues on how bacteria evade attack from killer cells
Physics, Art, Mathematics, Science: Hidden Connections. A conference marking Sir Michael Berry’s 75th Birthday
Insights from ‘Physics, Art, Mathematics, Science: Hidden Connections. A conference marking Sir Michael Berry’s 75th Birthday’.
Paul Hardaker, CEO: “We know well that science benefits the economy and creates jobs. If we are to see these benefits continue to grow we need to remain competitive in funding, and both the UK and Ireland need to be the places where physicists can do world-class science.”
We chat with Dr Jyrki Piilo about his work, his advice for a younger generation of scientists and reggae.
‘As with most people my path was determined by a series of choices involving random factors…’ An insight into Pavel Exner’s career; highlights, current work and advice for future researchers.
New research from Paul Bressloff at the University of Utah looking at the aggregation–fragmentation model of vesicular transport in neurons.
Topical Review offering a concise overview of some of the central aspects of incompatibility.
‘I have always been keen to understand how the world works at a fundamental level, and consequently have been banging my head for many years against the wall of quantum mechanics, trying to understand what it all means.’
JPhysA Letters are outstanding short papers reporting new and timely developments in mathematical and theoretical physics. They are concise, innovative and high quality. Here are some of our recent highlights.
Conferences are a fantastic opportunity for our editors to engage with the community and hear about leading research first hand.
Find out which 5 posts are most read on the blog this year.
In our latest featured author interview Amanda Barnard, an OCE Science Leader and head of the CSIRO Virtual Nanoscience Laboratory, talks to us about her multidiscliplinary research and why using data-driven methods is the future of the field.
We’ve picked out some of our best bauble-esque images for this weeks festive post. Happy holidays!
Combinatorics of lattice models: a special issue in honour of Tony Guttmann’s 70th birthday, recognizing the range of contributions made by Guttmann and his collaborators to the field.
First issue of the new volume and we have our first Letter published! Murray Batchelor, topical reviews editor for the journal, delivered his Letter on: Energy landscape and conical intersection points of the driven Rabi model.
Reflecting the interplay between theoretical, mathematical, numerical and computational techniques necessary to unravel the structure of Planet Earth.