The revision of 4 of the SI base units in terms of constants of nature will go into effect on 20 May 2019
Physics World celebrates its 30 years with a survey on pop-sci books
Database of more than 18k retracted papers released for public use
W. Nordhaus: 'we entered the Climate Casino and are rolling the global-warming dice'
Donna Strickland is the first woman Physics Nobel winner in 55 years
PhySH is intended to cover the full breadth of physics and to function as a full replacement for PACS
The tool, called Google Dataset Search, should help researchers to find the data they need more easily
Academics have the power to change the rules of the publishing game. Join the Free our Knowledge initiative
The ultimate reference on all things particle physics is available online
How a free tool to locate legally free-to-read versions of research papers is transforming open science
Your books can contribute to libraries in need
INSPIRE, the information system for high energy physics now has links to MathSciNet
FAO is adopting an Open Access policy for most of its publications.
Kip Thorne Nobel Prize 2017 at the ICTP. His books in our collection
Richard P. Feynman would have been 100 years old on May 11, 2018
What this means for ICTP Library users
Library Journal publishes the 2018 Periodicals Price Survey with the significant title "Death By 1,000 Cuts"
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Complete online publication portal managed by and for scientists. Free.
A community preprint server for Earth and space science. Free to read and free to post
Since 2014, SCOAP3 has supported the Open Access publication of 20,000 articles in Particle Physics