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e-EPS: the December 2015 issue is out!

Posted By Administration, 18 January 2016
Updated: 19 January 2016
In this month's issue, read the editorial by our president Christophe Rossel, discover the new EPS Historic Site in Brussels, news about the International Year of Light, and much more...

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View the latest issue: http://www.epsnews.eu/

Tags:  2015  conferences  e-eps  EPS Historic Site  International Year of Light 2015  IYL 2015 

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EPJ H: the latest issues 4 and 5 (vol. 40, 2015) are available for our members

Posted By admin, 15 January 2016

EPS members can access EPJ H (Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Physics) latest issues for free.
Sign in here to view EPJ H... and enjoy your reading!

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EuCheMS Brussels News Updates: the January 2016 issue is out.

Posted By Administration, 15 January 2016

The BNU January 2016 is now out! Some of the highlights are:

Priorities for the Dutch Presidency of Council
National Emissions of Air Pollutants: Council Agrees Its Position on New Limits
What´s Next for Standards
The European Union Leading in Renewables
Inspiring Young Scientific Minds

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Tags:  BNU  Brussels  EuChems 

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New issue of ALICE Matters - December 2015

Posted By Administration, 04 January 2016

In this issue of ALICE Matters, you can read following: 

The ALICE upgrade
According to the long-term LHC schedule, 2018 is going to be the last year of LHC’s second run. After that it will shut down for two years, during which both the Collider and the experiments are due to be upgraded. 

A word from Paolo Giubellino
Dear friends, We are ending 2015 with an ALICE week, which is a perfect opportunity to look back at all what we have done in this year. It is really impressive!
ALICE visit to Malta
During the period 18-20 November 2015 an ALICE delegation visited the University of Malta.

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Ideas: the final issue of the ERC Newsletter is out

Posted By Administration, 18 December 2015

The European Research Council is happy to present the final issue of the "Ideas" newsletter for 2015.

Click here to download the newsletter.
Visit the ERC website.

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EuCheMS Brussels News Updates: the December 2015 issue is on line

Posted By Administration, 17 December 2015

EuCheMS Brussels news Updates December 2015 provides news on the following topics and more:

  • Circular Economy Package
  • EU Copyright
  • Antimicrobial Resistance
  • Public Consultation on Higher Education

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IUPAP Newsletter - December 2015 issue

Posted By Administration, 17 December 2015
The December issue of the IUPAP newsletter is now online for your browsing.
You can view it via the link below or directly from our website: http://iupap.org/newsletter/

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ERA Newsletter - Issue 5, Joint Programming: answering Europe’s biggest questions

Posted By Administration, 10 December 2015
The ERA newsletter is out. Read the complete issue at http://ec.europa.eu/research/era/newsletter5/index_en.htm

Tags:  ERA  European Commission  newsletter 

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e-EPS: the November 2015 issue is on line!

Posted By Administration, 26 November 2015
Updated: 26 November 2015
In this month's issue, read about the International Year of Light, the EPS Special Activity Fund, the IYL 2015 Film Festival and much more.

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View the latest issue: http://www.epsnews.eu/

Tags:  2016  call  e-eps  EPS Member Societies  publication 

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IOP Publishing: information practices in the physical sciences

Posted By Administration, 24 November 2015
Updated: 26 November 2015

While cross-border and cross-disciplinary collaborations are breaking down subject siloes across the physical sciences, a culture of traditional and DIY information practices still holds sway among scientists when it comes to the curation, management and publication of formal research findings.

That’s the headline take from a new report that examines how physical scientists find, use, share and disseminate research information – and specifically how their information practices are changing as a result of new digital technologies.

“Our latest findings are based on a survey of nearly 6,000 scientists around the world – a much broader view of scholarly communications in the physical sciences than any previous study,” explains lead author Ellen Collins, a Senior Research Consultant at RIN.

The survey found that 70% of respondents had collaborated formally with researchers outside their own department in the last five years, with a further 16% collaborating informally.

“The picture we see is one of flexible researchers moving outside defined boundaries to meet the needs of a specific project, or to follow a research question as far as they can, even when it takes them beyond their core area of expertise,” notes Collins.

At an individual level, the report identifies a widespread preference among physical scientists for building personal collections of research articles, with 87% of respondents storing the last article they read electronically (and 29% storing a paper copy as well).  

“Despite all the money being spent on repositories, and preserving content in the ‘cloud’, researchers are still making personal electronic libraries,” explains Collins. “The most popular storage method, by some way, was storage on a computer or laptop.”

Collins adds: “Whilst it’s unsurprising that there’s no such thing as a ‘typical’ physicist, what did stand out is the universal need to collect, own and manage research information. The methods of acquiring information may have changed, but the underlying behaviour certainly hasn’t.”

On dissemination, peer-reviewed journals remain the gold standard for sharing formal research outputs in the physical sciences, with 79% of respondents commonly sharing research findings, data or code through traditional journal publication.

“No other platform is as popular for sharing formal research outputs,” says Collins. One-to-one emails were selected by 41% of respondents and personal or institutional websites by 30% of respondents, but it seems likely they were chosen as a way to raise awareness of formal findings published in journals.

RIN also asked researchers about their priorities over the next 10 years. Funding pressures, collaboration and research impact emerge as the big themes, with open access to data and public engagement of less concern.

The report is published today http://ioppublishing.org/img/news/RIN-info-practices-report.pdf and is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial- Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales licence.

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