IOP Publishing: read JPCS and other published papers online today from the Nobel Prize 2010 winners


Dear colleague,

To celebrate the 2010 Nobel Prize for Physics, IOP Publishing is making all the work previously published with us by this year’s winners open access until the end of 2010.

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2010 was jointly awarded to:

Professor Andre Geim
Dr Kostya Novoselov

For ‘groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene’.  Both physicists work at the University of Manchester in the UK.

You can read their work published with IOP Publishing at http://herald.iop.org/npjpcs/m418/zea//link/3935

In addition, Physica Scripta, which is published on behalf of the Physical Societies of the Nordic Countries by IOP Publishing and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, is pleased to announce a new publishing initiative with the Nobel Foundation http://nobelprize.org/.  Physica Scripta will publish copies of the biographies of the 2009 Nobel Prize winners along with their lectures given at the prize ceremony.

You can read the biographies and lectures given by C K Kao, W S Boyle and G E Smith at the Physica Scripta website: http://herald.iop.org/psnobelpage/m304/zea//link/3937

Best wishes,

Graham Douglas
Publisher
iopscience.org/jpcs
jpcs@iop.org

P.S. If you think your colleagues would enjoy reading this special collection, please forward this e-mail to them.
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