Physics World

Physics World

Infobox Magazine
title = Physics World

image_size = 150px
image_caption = "Physics World" cover from the September 2006 issue
company = IOP Publishing Ltd
circulation = 35000 (2005)
frequency = monthly
language = English
category = science
editor = Matin Durrani
editor_title = Editor
firstdate = 1988
country = flagcountry|United Kingdom
website = []
issn = 0953-8585

"Physics World" is the membership magazine of the Institute of Physics, one of the largest physical societies in the world. It is an international monthly magazine covering all areas of physics, both pure and applied, and is essential reading for physicists in research, industry and education worldwide. It was launched in 1988 by IOP Publishing Ltd and has established itself as one of the world's leading physics magazines. The magazine is sent free to members of the Institute of Physics, although selected articles can be read for free online. It was redesigned in September 2005 and has an audited circulation of just under 35000.

The current editor is Matin Durrani. Also on the team are Dens Milne (associate editor), Michael Banks (news editor), Joao Medeiros (features editor) and Michelle Jeandron (reviews and careers editor). Hamish Johnston is the editor of the magazine's website [] and Jon Cartwright is its reporter.

Physics World provides:

*international news coverage on pioneering developments in physics
*features written by some of the world's leading physicists as well as by science writers
*a dedicated recruitment section with all the latest vacancies in industry and academia
*interviews with the biggest names in the physics community
*book reviews

External links

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