~ Archive for Scientific Journals ~

New paper by Trapped Ions Group

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Rowland’s Trapped Ions Group has a new paper on fluorescence
measurements of trapped gas-phase biomolecules.  (Harvard
affilates follow this link)

“Emerging frontiers in the physical sciences”

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The latest issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A
contains a number of papers on trends in physics and mathematics.

Chirality paper by Ghosh and Fischer

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Rowland’s Chiro-optical Spectroscopy and Chiral Discrimination group have published a PRL paper, “Chiral molecules split light.”

Update 11/2/06: Also see the Physical Review Focus article

Update 11/9/06: PhysicsWeb has a brief piece on the experiment.

Editors dissatisfied with BioMed Central

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According to a news story in the Scientist, many editors of BioMed
Central journals are dissatisfied with the publisher, irked
particularly about increasing author page charges.  (source: David
Osterbur)

Museum posts complete scholarly output

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The American Museum of Natural History Library announces the
digitization of the museum’s roster of scientific
publications.   They are freely available and searchable
through a DSpace platform.  (Source: American Scientist Forum)

RSS feeds for (some) ACS journals

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The American Chemical Society has RSS feeds for the A-pages of
Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Science and Technology, Journal of
Proteome Research and Chemical & Engineering News. (Source; ACS
Livewire)

Nature magazine has a podcast

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Nature now features a weekly podcast that includes highlights from the magazine.  It also has an RSS feed. 

Physics Today classification of research

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Physics Today includes a section on its home page, Research
Today.  You can choose from a number of categories (applied
physics, nanoscale science, biomolecules, etc.) and see links to the
most recent papers from AIP, APS, IOP journals and the arXiv. 
(Source: PAMNET-L)

American Journal of Physics augments backfile

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Now subscribers can search and browse AJP content dating back to 1933. 

RSS for RSC

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The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has feeds for its library of journals. 

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