About the Journal
Nature Reviews Physics is a new online-only reviews journal, publishing monthly from January 2019.
Aims & scope
We are interested in the best research from across the fields of physics, with our broad scope ensuring that the work published reaches the widest possible audience. Read more about the article types and the publication process at Nature Reviews Physics here.
Nature Reviews Physics is an exclusively online publication. This enables us to publish review-type articles as soon as they are ready, which benefits authors with an earlier publication date and gives our readers access to accepted papers several weeks before they would appear in a specific issue. Note that papers published online are definitive and may be altered only through the publication of a Corrigendum or Erratum. Therefore, authors should make every effort to ensure that the page proofs are correct.
We publish a range of content types: Reviews, Perspectives, Roadmaps, Technical Reviews, Expert Recommendations, Comments, Editorials, Research Highlights, Features and News & Views that elaborate on significant advances in the field and cover topical issues.
Editors and contact information
Like the other Nature titles, Nature Reviews Physics has no external, academic editors. Instead, all editorial decisions are made by a dedicated team of full-time professional editors. For information on their research backgrounds and scientific interests, see About the Editors.
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The correct abbreviation for abstracting and indexing purposes is Nat. Rev. Phys.
The electronic international standard serial numbers (EISSN) for Nature Reviews Physics is 2522-5820.
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