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  • Interactions: Anastasiia Novikova
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffAnastasiia Novikova will join Nature Reviews Physics in January after a PhD at Synchrotron SOLEIL and a postdoc at CEA Saclay in France.  Read more
  • Interactions: Zoe Budrikis
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffZoe Budrikis joined Nature Reviews Physics after postdoctoral research at the ISI Foundation in Turin and at the Center for Complexity and Biosystems at the University of Milan and a PhD from the University of Western Australia.  Read more
  • SciArt Scribbles: Bringing art and science together for greater good
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffMany scientists embrace the artistic medium to infuse new ideas into their scientific works. With science-art collaborations, both artists and scientists challenge their ways of thinking as well as the process of artistic and scientific inquiry. Can art hold a mirror to science? Can it help frame and answer uncomfortable questions about science: its practice and its impact on society? Do artistic practices inform science? In short, does art aid evidence?  Read more
  • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, beer supplies and more: the most popular science stories of 2018
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff22 of 2018’s papers in the Altmetric Top 100 were published in Nature Research journals: Nature, Nature Communications, Nature Plants, Nature Biotechnology, Nature Climate Change, Nature Human Behaviour, npj Science of Learning and Scientific Reports.  Read more
  • Interactions: Giulia Pacchioni
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffGiulia Pacchioni played a big part in the launch of Nature Reviews Physics, but will return to Nature Reviews Materials next month. Still, she will always be part of the team.  Read more
  • Call for submissions: Reproducible data processing
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffScientific Data is inviting submissions that provide compelling examples of how portable computing technologies can be used to create transparent, reproducible descriptions of data processing workflows. Submissions considered for this collection should describe valuable research datasets that involve some form of computational processing in their production. Authors should provide source code for all data processing steps in a way that would allow others, including referees, to easily understand and execute all processing steps.  Read more
  • Interactions: Iulia Georgescu
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffIulia Georgescu is the Chief Editor of Nature Reviews Physics. Previously, she was an editor of Nature Physics, where she managed to sneak in three original “Alice in wonderland” illustrations (1, 2, 3) and the self-declared best cover-line ever.  Read more
  • The story behind the story: A beginner’s guide to space travel and seafood
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffThis week, Futures is pleased to offer some advice to early adopters courtesy of Steven Fischer and his incredibly useful story A beginner’s guide to space travel and seafood. Regular readers will know that Steven has previously introduced us to The First Fragmented Church of Entropy as well as guided us through the syntax of Query, Queue, Repeat. When not writing, Steven is a medical resident in the Pacific Northwest. You can find out more about his works of fiction by visiting his website or following him on Twitter. Here, Steven reveals the origins of his latest tale — as ever, it pays to read the story first.  Read more
  • Interactions: Andrea Taroni
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffAndrea Taroni is the Chief Editor of Nature Physics.  Read more
  • SciArt Scribbles: The mellifluous gene editor
    Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staffMany scientists embrace the artistic medium to infuse new ideas into their scientific works. With science-art collaborations, both artists and scientists challenge their ways of thinking as well as the process of artistic and scientific inquiry. Can art hold a mirror to science? Can it help frame and answer uncomfortable questions about science: its practice and its impact on society? Do artistic practices inform science? In short, does art aid evidence?  Read more

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