AIP announces content-sharing agreement with Chinese physical society
Articles from Physics Today magazine to appear in Chinese physics magazine Wuli
Melville, NY, June 17, 2010 — The American Institute of Physics (AIP) announced a new content-sharing agreement today between AIP's Physics Today, the world's leading magazine devoted to physics, and Wuli, a leading physics monthly published by the Chinese Physical Society in Beijing.
Under the agreement, which will expire after one year, Wuli editors will each month translate and publish up to three pages of selections from Physics Today. AIP will reserve full copyright of the articles.
"We're very pleased that Physics Today's content will reach a new audience, the scientific community in China," says Stephen Benka, editor-in-chief of Physics Today.
"This agreement will help to build new bridges within the international enterprise of research," says Cathy O'Riordan, vice president of AIP. "Physics Today will bring physics news from around the world to China's rapidly growing scientific community."
Physics Today is the most influential and closely followed physics magazine in the world, informing readers about science and its place in the world with authoritative features, news coverage and analysis, and fresh perspectives on technological advances and ground-breaking research.
Wuli is a monthly magazine, published since 1972 by the Chinese Physical Society, that disseminates the latest developments and achievements in physics across the globe, with a special focus on China. It is read by the Society's members, some 40,000 scientists in physics and related fields.
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