AIP Offers Free Online Access OCTOBER 2012 – Nobel Prize Month
In recognition of the 2012 Nobel Prize winners and in celebration of the continuous achievements of the global physics community AIP has decided to make our content free throughout October 2012. You will have online access to all AIP journals and Conference Proceedings back to 1999 during this month.
Take advantage of this limited offer! Click here for more info and access.
- Norman F. Ramsey, the 1989 Nobel Laureate in Physics and inventor of many highly-influential instruments and techniques, died on Friday, November 4, 2011. Among his other accomplishments, Ramsey's efforts led to the development of the MRI, the atomic clock, and the establishment of Brookhaven National Laboratory. Ramsey also served on the Governing Board of the American Institute of Physics (1980-86), and as the President of the American Physical Society (1978-79). AIP is honored to have published a portion of Dr. Ramsey’s work. (11 November 2011)
- The 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics
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The American Institute of Physics congratulates this year's Nobel Laureates in Physics “for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae.” Sharing half the prize is Saul Perlmutter from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California, Berkeley. Sharing the other half jointly are Brian P. Schmidt from the Australian National University, and Adam G. Riess from Johns Hopkins University and Space Telescope Science Institute. (4 October 2011)
- MRS Spring Meeting 25–29 April Stop by AIP Publishing booth #102 at the MRS Meeting in San Francisco, CA to discover the latest news about AIP journals. Enter to win a Nook ColorTM. (7 April 2011)
- Visit booth #400 to talk with AIP at APS March Meeting 21–25 March
Stop by booth #400 to hear the latest developments at AIP, including new features for our scientific social networking site, UniPHY, the launch of AIP’s newest journal, AIP Advances, and online enhancements brought to all of the AIP Journals. You can also enter to win an iPad by having your badge scanned at the AIP booth. (15 March 2011)
- iResearch reader for iPhone and iPod touch
- The 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov from the University of Manchester for their "groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene." Read more | Resources (05 October 2010)