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Cover of EPL Highlights 2016

The first Newsletter of 2017 was circulated in January. The content is available on the Newsletter webpage. If you wish to receive future Newsletters please sign up on the webpage.

EPL has joined the world of Twitter. You can follow the account at @epl_journal, and share it with your colleagues and networks. (link to: ).

The collection of articles highlighted for 2016 showcases those that deserve additional promotion. These articles are free to read all year and can be located here.

Distinguished referee awards recognise a select group of reviewers who have provided exceptionally useful and constructive assessment of articles submitted for publication during the previous year. Those selected are offered a certificate of merit and a 3-year free ordinary membership of the EPS. The list of awardees for 2016 can be viewed here.

A recently published article explains the first cosmic-ray imaging techniques of bone and soft tissue. The authors state “These results open possibilities of further development and application of similar system types for imaging in medicine, life sciences, archaeology, industry or to prevent illicit trafficking.” The article can be viewed here.

A different recently published article investigates the properties of “Coulomb crystals”, micron-sized charged particles, in an experiment conducted on board the International Space Station (ISS). Auto-adhesion of the graphite particles is shown to be important during cluster formation and destruction. The article can be viewed here

Promotional material and recent print journals will be available on many exhibition stands throughout 2017 – see the Events Calendar for a preliminary list of conferences in 2017.



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