How can we investigate the small structures inside our cells using super-resolution microscopy?
Reflecting on JPhysB’s performance in 2016, before starting the golden jubilee’s festivities
Forget shopping this black Friday, its all about astronomy, cloaking and black holes.
Find out more about the two JPhysB poster prize winners at the UP16 conference
Metamaterials – artificial structures that exhibit extraordinary vibrational properties – could come to the rescue of regions threatened by earthquakes, according to new results published in the New Journal of Physics.
Can graphene be used as a nanoscopic ruler over a wide range of distances?
The optical rectenna: where Maxwell meets Einstein
Celebrate Canada Day with the JPhys+ team
Low intensity laser excitation of solid targets with periodically ordered nano-objects generates electrons with energies as high as 300eV
We talk to Professor Nora Berrah from the University of Connecticut.
This week’s Image of the Week – imaging biological microstructures at SACLA
We talk to Professor Robert Scholten about his research at the University of Melbourne and making lasers as the co-founder of MOGLabs
New guest blog by CDT-PV, Centre for Doctoral Training in New and Sustainable Photovoltaics. Meet some of our students and find out about what we do!
Looking at some of the most downloaded content across the JPhys series of journals.
We chat to Dr Barry Bruner from the Weizmann Institute of Science about his work in ultrafast science, high harmonic generation and his love of baseball.