APS Archive Collection- NEW DATABASE

By Joy on April 19, 2018

APS Archive Collection: The American Physical Society (APS) is a nonprofit membership organization formed to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics.  The archive provides perpetual access to all of the high-quality research published in the APS Physical Review collection since 1893.  The Ar...

arXiv Search v0.1

By Alison Verbeck on April 19, 2018

arXiv has launched a re-implementation of their search system to give the search interface a facelift.  There should be improvements in functionality.  For a full rundown on changes, see:

March New Physics Books

By Alison Verbeck on March 30, 2018

Concepts in particle physics : a concise introduction to the Standard Model / V. Parameswaran Nair. QC794.6.S75 N35 2018 Double photoionisation spectra of molecules / John H.D. Eland and Raimund Feifel. QC454.M6 E43 2018 Electromagnetic reciprocity in antenna theory / Martin Štumpf. QC670 .S78 20...

March Springer eBooks

By Alison Verbeck on March 30, 2018

Classical Field Theory, 2nd ed.   by  Florian Scheck Confocal Raman Microscopy, 2nd ed.   by  Jan Toporski, Thomas Dieing, Olaf Hollricher Exercises and Problems in Mathematical Methods of Physics   by  Giampaolo Cicogna Exploring the Architecture of Transiting Exoplanetary Systems with High-Prec...

Recently Published Papers in Physics

By Alison Verbeck on March 29, 2018

Title: Series solutions of -symmetric Schrodinger equations Author(s): Bender, C.M.; Ford, C.; Hassanpour, N.; Xia, B. Source: Journal of Physics Communications Volume: 2 Issue: 2 Pages: 025012 (8 pp.) Published: Feb. 2018 Title: Same sign versus opposite sign dileptons as a probe of low scale se...

Physics Physique физика

By Alison Verbeck on March 26, 2018

The American Physical Society has made the small journal Physics Physique физика freely available online. The journal published fewer than 100 articles during the period 1964-1968 in four volumes. In their Editorial Foreword, founding editors P. W. Anderson and B. T. Matthias explain that the exp...


By Alison Verbeck on March 26, 2018

An interesting article about SCOAP3 Converting the Literature of a Scientific Field to Open Access Through Global Collaboration: the Experience of SCOAP3 in Particle Physics Only a few know that CERN also hosts the world largest Open Access initiative: SCOAP3. The Sponsoring Consortium for Open A...

Physics World Relaunch

By Alison Verbeck on March 26, 2018

IOP Publishing has relaunched its award-winning science news website Physics World, the start of a phased development programme for the specialist publisher’s science news services that will run through the first half of 2018. The key motivation throughout the relaunch project is to make it easie...

A Brief History of Revision: Remembering Stephen Hawking

By Rose Miyatsu on March 15, 2018

Yesterday morning, many of us awoke to the sad news that the great theoretical physicist, cosmologist, and author Stephen Hawking had passed away. Hawking was a well-known figure not only for his extraordinary intelligence and contributions to our knowledge about black holes, quantum mechanics, a...

February New Physics Books

By Alison Verbeck on March 1, 2018

Acoustic cavitation and bubble dynamics / Kyuichi Yasui. QC183 .Y37 2018 Evolution of silicon sensor technology in particle physics / Frank Hartmann. QC787.N83 H37 2017 Finite elements : theory and algorithms / Sashikumaar Ganesan, Lutz Tobiska. QC20.7.F56 G36 2017 Graphene : fabrication, charact...